TOP MANAGEMENT, STRATEGY AND ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURES Article

Lyles, MA, Schwenk, CR. (1992). TOP MANAGEMENT, STRATEGY AND ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURES . 29(2), 155-174. 10.1111/j.1467-6486.1992.tb00658.x



cited authors

  • Lyles, MA; Schwenk, CR

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abstract

  • The cognitive aspects of strategic management and organizational learning have been receiving increasing interest from researchers (Fahey and Narayanan, 1986; Prahalad and Bettis, 1986). Researchers have called for more detailed descriptions of the ways that individual‐level cognitions contribute to organizational‐level strategies (Daft and Weick, 1984; Smircich and Stubbart, 1985). In this article, a theory of organizational knowledge structures which include core and peripheral features is presented. From this theory propositions are suggested to guide future research on organizational learning. Copyright © 1992, Wiley Blackwell. All rights reserved

publication date

  • January 1, 1992

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start page

  • 155

end page

  • 174

volume

  • 29

issue

  • 2