Selected Essays of Dean A. Shepherd
Chapter 28: Moving Forward from Project Failure: Negative Emotions, Affective Commitment, and Learning from the Experience
Considerable theoretical movement toward an enhanced understanding of organizational knowledge is underway in organizational learning theory, evolutionary economics, the knowledge-based theory of the firm, and organizational memory theory (Fiol & Lyles, 1985; Grant, 1996; Nelson & Winter, 1982; Walsh & Ungson, 1991).“Organizational knowledge is seen as the set of expectations and assumptions held by an organization's members about the cause-and-effect linkages in their domains of activities (Huber, 1991; Walsh & Ungson, 1991).
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