Review chapter on organizational learning and performance

Hot from the oven! A new book Koohang, A., Harman, K, & Britz, J. (2008). Knowledge Management: Research and Applications, Informing Science Press was just published. As a part of it, Dimovski, V., and Škerlavaj, M. (myself :-)) published a review chapter Organizational Learning as the Key Towards Improved Organizational Performance.  

It provides a systematic overview of empirical literature on the impact of organizational learning on performance for the period 1990-2006. It also identify methods used and schools of thought (and measurement). The chapter also provides directions for future research that should take into consideration context, multi-levelness, and network perspective to organizational learning.

The hard copy version of the book can be obtained from Informing Science Press, while e-book will be soon available from Google Books (free of charge).

Our paper in Science direct Top 25

I’m happy (and a bit proud, must admit) to announce, that the paper Organizational learning culture-the missing link between business process change and organizational performance, International Journal of Production Economics, Volume 106, Issue 2, 1 April 2007, Pages 346-367, co-authored by Škerlavaj, M. (that’s me :-), Štemberger, M.I., Škrinjar, R. and Dimovski, V. is holding its position among Science direct Top 25 downloaded papers in the IJPE journal. Even more so, while IJPE is indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded, has an impact factor of 1.183 (for 2006, which is an significant increase from 1.008 in 2005) and among top 25% of management journals.