A New Framework for Learning Approaches toward Social Evolution of Organizations
Mohammad Ali Kashefi () and
Mohammad Ebrahim Sanjaghi
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This paper addresses a gap in the literature concerning suitability of organizational learning approaches in facing social responsibility challenges, and proposes a developed framework that could proactively bridge this gap. A new framework is designed in order to gain insight on the relationships between the typical organizational learning approaches- which have been discussed extensively so far in the literature- and the brand-new concept of civil learning come out of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) studies in very recent years. Comparative analysis is employed to identify well-adjusted organizational learning approaches toward social evolution of organizations. Indeed we are looking to propose a specific learning framework for the firms that are tackling with CSR issues. Hence, we qualitatively bridge between organizational learning models and social learning approaches in order to foster a more advanced framework which recommends the employment of specific learning methods and styles to deal with CSR challenges based on the features of the firm and its business contextual considerations.
Keywords: Organizational Learning (OL); Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); Civil Learning; Learning Organization (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M14 M10 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: A New Framework for Learning Approaches toward Social Evolution of Organizations (2013)
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