Parenthetic Learning in Organizations: Toward the Unlearning of the Unlearning Model
Jonathan I. Klein
Journal of Management Studies, 1989, vol. 26, issue 3, 291-308
The organizational ‘unlearning’ model is discussed. It is argued that the model fails to capture the individual and organizational processes necessary to achieve the objectives for which it is proposed. To achieve these objectives, an alternative, ‘parenthetic learning’ model of organizational learning and change is proposed.
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