A2 Review article, literature review, systematic review

Organisational learning, learning organisation, and learning orientation: An integrative review and framework


Publication Details

Authors: Alerasoul Sayed Alireza, Afeltra Giovanna, Hakala Henri, Minelli Eliana, Strozzi Fernanda

Publisher: Elsevier

Publication year: 2021

Language: English

Related journal or series: Human Resource Management Review

ISSN: 1053-4822

eISSN: 1873-7889

JUFO level of this publication: 1

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hrmr.2021.100854

Permanent website address: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1053482221000334?via=ihub

Open Access: Not an Open Access publication


Abstract

Organisational Learning (OL) is essential for the survival of an
organisation and has led to a significant amount of conceptual and
empirical studies. However, no attempt has yet been made to track the
overall evolution of OL literature along with the inter-related concepts
of learning organisation and organisational learning orientation.
Therefore, the present study attempts to fill this gap and track the
interdisciplinary flow of knowledge by applying a structural methodology
called Systematic Literature Network Analysis (SLNA). The results
reveal four main areas of investigation within the field: i) the
fundamentals of OL; ii) OL in relation to managerial and economic
variables; iii) management of learning organisation; iv) learning
orientation in relation to managerial and economic variables.
Furthermore, this review contributes by arranging the findings into a
theoretical framework which is termed organisational learning chain.
Based on the co-analysis of main themes and key concepts detected, the
framework integrates and highlights the factors that influence learning
performance in and by organisations. Finally, several further research
avenues are discussed, and the benefits of the applied review
methodology are highlighted.


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