Learning in Chaos: Improving Human Performance in Today's Fast-changing, Volatile Organizations

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Gulf Pub., 1999 - Business & Economics - 300 pages

This book explains how change is a functional characteristic of any organization. And, as organizations begin to understand the nature of change, they can still adapt and grow by incorporating change into their structure instead of trying to control it. To help you understand and grow in this ever-changing environment, this book covers four principal areas of thought on change.

Chaos, including chaos theory
Organizational theory and practice
Learning theory and practice
The general social environment
Executives, managers, and other organizational leaders will find this book invaluable as they refocus the direction of their organizations in order to realize the benefits of learning under changed environmental circumstances.

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