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Learning Routines In Innovation Processes

A. Hoeve, L. Nieuwenhuis
Published 2006 · Sociology

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Purpose – This paper aims to generate both a theoretical and an empirical basis for a research model that serves in further research as an analytical tool for understanding the complex phenomenon of learning at different levels in a work organisation. The key concept in this model is the routine concept of Nelson and Winter.Design/methodology/approach – A review of the literature in the academic fields of educational sciences, industrial sciences, economics, social psychology and sociology is used to develop a conceptual model that could serve as an analytical instrument to describe the ongoing dynamics, i.e. learning processes at different levels. The theoretical findings were tested against empirical data of an industrial bakery in order to evaluate if the theoretical concepts help to identify possible mechanisms that account for parallel learning processes at different levels.Findings – The paper gives an overview of possible key concepts that helps in explaining what happens at the intersection betwee...
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