Information Sciences Letters
The aim of this study is to shed light on the environmental turbulences effect on organizational learning and evaluated degree of turbulence be reviewing the related work. Organizational learning is a field of study in business that is always evolving and generating new techniques for efficiently responding to the environments dynamic and disruptive developments. Organizations who are best able to anticipate and comprehend environmental developments, then proactively position their organization through an effective OL system, have a better chance of establishing a competitive edge. This advantage is based on the organizations capacity to analyze external data and apply that information to the organizations internal processes. This study reported that enhanced organizational capabilities performance, such as improving the pace of fostering innovation, knowledge application, and transfer to mention a few, will arise as a result of the use of this knowledge. Given that an organizations learning process is impacted by, and in many cases based on its ability to respond to environmental turbulence, a logical extension of reasoning would be that environmental turbulence has an impact on organizational learning efficacy. Organizational learning methods that are well-designed and implemented are critical for determining the real amount of environmental turbulence.
Mohamed Omar, Khairi
"The Environmental Turbulences Effect on Organizational Learning (Review paper),"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 11
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol11/iss3/15