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Strategic Analysis of Organizational Learning Approaches to Dynamic Resilient Capability

Publication Date Jun 17, 2022

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to analyze the strategic organizational learning approach to dynamic resilient capabilities. A scoping review of the theoretical and empirical literature on organizational dynamic resilience capability reveals gaps to be addressed to improve the conceptualization. Under the assumption of some attributes and properties, it is viable to study the organizational resilience learning process leading to the analysis of the organizational resilience strategies.

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Organizational Resilience Dynamic Capability Strategic Learning Approach Organizational Dynamic Capability Organizational Learning Empirical Literature Organizational Learning Process Strategic Learning Organizational Capability Organizational Approach

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