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Las organizaciones con capacidad de aprendizaje. A propósito de una revisión de la literatura

Acimed: revista cubana de los profesionales de la información y la comunicación en salud, ISSN 1024-9435, Vol. 16, Nº. 5, 2007 11/2007;
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ABSTRACT Actualmente, las organizaciones se enfrentan a condiciones en el mercado muy diferentes a las que predominaban en el pasado. Los cambios en el entorno son muy rápidos, el ciclo de innovación es más corto y las tecnologías tienen una elevada importancia. En un entorno turbulento, sólo las organizaciones con más capacidad de adaptación a las nuevas realidades tendrán la posibilidad de obtener continuamente éxito y sobrevivir. En este nuevo entorno, el aprendizaje continuo de la organización es fundamental y son los conceptos de aprendizaje organizacional, desarrollados por Senge, de elevada importancia y actualidad. Se realiza una breve revisión de la bibliografía disponible sobre el aprendizaje organizacional y se señalan modelos y escalas de referencia.

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