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Subject: Organizational learning

Number of items at this level: 10.

Conference or Workshop Item

Kamp, Annelies (2012) Through education to employment: exploring transformative workplace learning opportunities for young people in the post-GFC context. In: International Professional Development Association International Conference, 30 Nov-1 Dec 2012, Birmingham, UK.

Thesis

Cullinane, Sarah-Jane (2014) Job design under lean manufacturing and the quality of working life: a job demands and resources perspective. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Aylmer, Blaze (2013) Continuity and change in time perspective: a longitudinal field study of youth workers. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Kidney, Rachel A. (2013) The relationship between attachment styles and employee creativity: evidence from the engineering industry. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Ó hÓbáin, Lorcán (2012) The emergence of dynamic capabilities in SMEs: A critical realist study. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Alexopoulos, Angelos (2008) Social relations, human resource management, and knowledge transfer in work organisations: toward an integrated approach. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Ryan, James Christopher (2004) An examination of the role of scientists motivations and the influence of the organisational environment on scientific research effectiveness. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Hilliard, Rachel (2002) Learning to change: the role of organisational capabilities in industry response to environmental regulation. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Working Paper

Monks, Kathy and Walsh, James S. (1998) International organisational learning: towards a research agenda. DCU Business School Research Paper Series. (Paper No. 33). Dublin City University Business School, Ireland. ISSN: 1393-290X

Hayes, Treasa (1997) The learning organisation: fashionable fad or path to progress? DCU Business School Research Paper Series. (Paper No. 22). Dublin City University Business School, Ireland. ISSN: 1393-290X

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