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Interfaces of Complexity. Participation as Explorative Process for Organisational Development

This paper introduces the concept of “interface of complexity” as a source of creating and dealing with possible participatory approaches to organizational development. Based on an actor-network-theory approach, we conceive of interfaces as complex events, situations, and transitions in a technical as well … Continue reading

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Organizational Development, Complexity and Dynamics of Systems

The social, political, economic and ecological environment in which the organizations are immerse, has forced them to look for mechanisms that allow them to give agile and economic answers, in addition to show and generate flexibility and adaptation, that is … Continue reading

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Lifelong Learning in Inter-Organizational Development through e-Learning

Organisational learning has been widely acknowledged as holding the key for companies to survive and prosper. Research and literature on organisational learning has focused primarily on intra-organisational learning processes. However, during the past decade, a growing number of organisational learning … Continue reading

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