19: Carnegie Mellon Series #2 - Exploration and Exploitation of Knowledge (Part 1)

19: Carnegie Mellon Series #2 - Exploration and Exploitation of Knowledge (Part 1)

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For this episode, we read the widely cited article, “Exploration and Exploitation in Organizational Learning,” published in 1991 in the journal Organization Science. In the paper, James March considered the relationships between exploration of new ways of doing things and the exploitation of accepted, standard practices for organizational learning. He did so in order to show that learning in organizations is still possible even in the presence of causal ambiguity. While the paper has been ... Más informaciones

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