Learning and innovation in uncertain times: The role of organisational systems and managerial perceptions of uncertainty

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Learning Models for Innovation in Organizations: Examining Roles of Knowledge Transfer and Human Resources Management, 2013, pp. 209 - 221
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2013-12-31
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© 2014, IGI Global. All rights reserved. To ensure sustainable growth and survival, organisations rely on learning and innovation as vital processes and abilities. However, with increasingly unpredictable and dynamically changing business environments, it is imperative to better access and manage perceptions of uncertain environments in the context of an organisational system. In this chapter, the authors take a view at the intricacies and implications of relevant literatures and point out the yet under-researched role of perceived environmental uncertainty for learning and innovation.
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