Learning organization & financial performance LO28137

From: chris macrae (wcbn007@easynet.co.uk)
Date: 04/02/02

Replying to LO28133 --

Since this appears to be a pay for journal I can only make this remark out
of ignorance of not reading the full paper but I would like to point out
how strange the language appears to be

we are told that the paper investigates the relationship between learning
organisation and financial performance but then the analysis of the
relationship seems to be all one way, namely can LO justify itself to
Financial Performance cultures... post Andersen, I would have thought
there's an even bigger research need for financial performance measures to
explain their relationship to designing organisatons where people learn

chris macrae
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> The readers of this list may be interested in this Excerpt of a recent
> research article of Andrea D. Ellinger a.o. on Learning Organizations.
> The article is published in Human Resource Development Quarterly (HRDQ).
> It is about the relationship between the learning organization concept
> & financial performance


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