From the Back Cover
Not least in importance is the linkage they make between these two adjacent areas: learning knowledge are often debated seperately despite their close relationship. Tracing the roots of learning and knowledge debates across the disciplines of economics, psychology, and social theory, and charting the key contributions scholars have made, this is a major, in-depth overview which all scholars of organizational learning and knowledge menagement will need on their shelves.
In addition to original chapters which have all been updated to trace the substancial developements in the field over the last decade, the second edition contains new chapters written by world-class scholars including: Maryam Alavi, Linda Argote, Amy Edmondson, Robin Snell, David Teece, Gianmario Verona, and Russ Vince.
- The definitive up-to-date guide to the field.
- Original contributions by the leading scholars of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management world-wide.
- Editors internationally recognized authorities.
- Handbook shows links between 'knowledge' and 'learning' literatures.
- Indicates paths for future research and inquiry.
- 'Must Have' reference source for all scholars in this field.
About the Author
Marjorie A. Lyles is Professor of International Strategic Management and the OneAmerica Chaired Professor at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, USA. She has worked in Europe, China, and the USA, and published seminal articles in the Strategic Management Journal, ASQ, Journal of International Business Studies, Academy of Management Review and Journal, and the Journal of Management Studies on strategy and learning.