UNDERSTANDING WORK BEHAVIOUR THROUGH THE LENSE OF THE COMPONENT TECHNOLOGIES OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
ASAWO, Soye P.
Management Department, Faculty of Management Sciences,
Rivers State University, Port Harcourt
The important role of organizational learning in the development of work behaviours has been well researched and reported in organizational behaviour literature. Organizational learning, has been shown to be a veritable vehicle for bringing about the commitment, satisfaction, embeddedness, innovative behaviour, etc. that organizations require to stay competitive. This review paper, therefore seeks to explicate the concept of organizational learning in a bid to demonstrate how the ‘component technologies’ of organizational learning can be engaged by organizations to help them use their knowledge stock to create business value and competitive advantage in the competitive business world.
Keywords: Organizational Learning, Learning Organization, Mental Models, Personal Mastery, Shared Vision, Team Learning, Systems Thinking