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PhD in Business (Strategic Management & Organisation): Session 7
This guide points to useful resources for MGMT 708 taught by Professor Kannan Srikanth.
Session 7: Organizational Learning
1. Levitt, B., and J. March, 1988 "Organizational Learning," Annual Review of Sociology.
2. Huber, George P (1991) “Organizational learning: The contributing Processes and the Literatures”, Organization Science, Vol 2 Number 1
3. Argote, McEvily, Reagans. 2003. Managing Knowledge in Organizations: An Integrative Framework and Review of Emerging Themes. Management Science
4. Darr, E., L. Argote, D. Epple. 1995. The acquisition, transfer and depreciation of knowledge in service organizations: Productivity in franchises. Management Science. 41 1750–1762.
5. Huckman, R. S. and G. P. Pisano (2006). "The firm specificity of individual performance: Evidence from cardiac surgery." Management Science 52(4): 473-488.
6. Levitt SD, List JA, and Syverson C. 2013. Toward an Understanding of Learning by Doing: Evidence from an Automobile Assembly Plant. Journal of Political Economy, 121(4): 643-681.
7. Special issue in Organization Science on Organizational learning (1991)
Volume 2, Issue 1, May 1991
8. PS Adler, KB Clark 1991 Behind the learning curve: A sketch of the learning process. Management Science, 1991 **
9. Haunschild and Sullivan 2002 Learning from complexity: Effect of prior accidents and incidents on airlines learning. Administrative Science Quarterly.
10. Schilling, Vidal, Polyhart, Marangoni. 2003. Learning by doing something else. Management Science
11. Balasubramanian N. 2011. New Plant Venture Performance Differences Among Incumbent, Diversifying, and Entrepreneurial Firms: The Impact of Industry Learning Intensity. Management Science, 57(3): 549-565.
12. Benkard, C. L. 2000. Learning and forgetting: The dynamics of aircraft production. Amer. Econom. Rev. 90 1034–1055.
13. Diwas KC, Bradley R. Staats, Francesca Gino (2013) Learning from My Success and from Others' Failure: Evidence from Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery. Management Science 59(11):2435-2449.
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Dec 23, 2016 1:45 PM
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