Large-Scale Organizational Change As Learning: Creating Team-Based Organizations
The transition to a team-based organization is a large-scale organizational change. It is both pervasive and deep. It entails a change in the design of the organization and in the beliefs and assumptions of organizational members. Such a change requires learning processes through which organizational members both design and refine the new organization and learn how to operate effectively within it. The transition issues that are faced mirror the organizational issues that must be resolved. Both require the establishment of systemic learning processes. Transition is framed as organizational self-design.
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