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The Learning Organization aims to bring new ideas, debate issues, introduce innovative methods and offer practical case studies to practitioners, consultants, researchers and students worldwide.
The concept of the learning organization is commonly hailed as panacea for organizational success in a dynamic global economy. Over time, the notion of “learning organization” as an idealized and apolitical ‘end-state’ rather than as a process, has increasingly gained uncritical acceptance. This approach underplays the impact of wider socio-cultural contexts and intra-organizational politics and overplays the universal applicability of this western concept. In contrast, The Learning Organization, as an international journal of critical studies in organizational learning, seeks accounts of good theoretically informed, critical thinking and practice from around the globe. It aims to put issues around organizational learning in the participatory age of social media firmly on the agenda and promotes critical analysis such as of culture, organizational power, politics, managerial ideologies, and deficit notion of employees.
The journal aims to engage both practitioners and academics in progressive inquiries and critical dialogue about organizational learning in the neo-millennial age that enhances not just organizational productivity but also nurtures the creation of more fulfilling and equitable work environments for all who make them function.
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