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Organizational Learning in the Academic Literature – Systematic Literature Review

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Harri Ruoslahti, Amir Trent
"Organizational Learning in the Academic Literature – Systematic Literature Review"
Information & Security: An International Journal,
46
no. 1
(2020):
65-78.
https://doi.org/10.11610/isij.4605

Organizational Learning in the Academic Literature – Systematic Literature Review

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Information & Security: An International Journal,
Volume: 46,
Issue1,
p.65-78
(2020)

Abstract:

The European Union (EU) promotes European innovation. Diverse stake-holders have opportunities to create knowledge by engaging in innovation projects. Society expects that projects review how they impact on the community and how they share knowledge and deliver outcomes. This systematic literature review is based on a key word search and analysis of a final sample of 31 academic papers by extracting relevant data from the articles into a Data Extraction Table (DET). Results indicate that four main themes discussed emerge from the sample literature: ICT alignment, Organisational Culture, Innovation Culture, and ICT-readiness. Organization-al Learning approaches can provide a framework to design methodology for conducting Societal Impact Assessment, and E-skills and Training. This study specifically adds to the body of knowledge of approaches to organisational learning This perspective can provide additional elements to-wards the development of a more comprehensive Societal Impact Assessment Toolkit and E-skills and Training Toolkit for the ECHO project.

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