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Some of our more popular MBA assignments we recently produced focused on the development of organizational learning, the management of knowledge but also the rise of globalisation and its advantages/disadvantages.


Organizational Learning

Organizational learning is defined as the capacity of organizations to acquire and transmit information with the intention of generating adaptive changes to their internal structure and operations. In a similar fashion to individual learning organizational learning is comprised as the collective interactions between individuals by which information is distributed. The work by Argyris and Schön (1974) remains one of the initial attempts to define how and why organizational learning needed to attract serious attention from scholars. The study of organizational learning gained precedence over the last decade because of the fast pace by which change occurs. The capacity of an organization to identify how the changing conditions of the external and internal environment should be used for generating improvement relies on the capability of its members to develop learning practices by which tacit and explicit knowledge is accumulated over time.


Key References
Argyris, C., & Schön, D. (1978) Organizational learning: A theory of action perspective, Reading, Mass: Addison Wesley.
Argyris, C. and Schön, D. (1996) Organizational learning II: Theory, method and practice, Reading, Mass: Addison Wesley.
Senge, P. (1990) The Fifth Discipline. The art and practice of the learning organization, London: Random House.
Schön, D. A. (1983) The Reflective Practitioner. How professionals think in action, London: Temple Smith.


Knowledge Management

The study of the acquisition and management of knowledge as an intangible resource remains one of the more popular topics within the academic literature. Knowledge is defined as the collection of information but also tacit experience that enables individuals to know how to apply that information. The management of knowledge became a popular term by which authors sought to investigate how specific business practices were subject to the specific social context of the organization. In many organizations the accumulation and management of information remains an informal process not systematically managed or developed as a resource. However, the capacity of an organization to innovate often lies on the internal orchestration of explicit and tacit knowledge. Explicit or codified knowledge refers to knowledge that can be transferable between people though documentation. Tact or experiential knowledge refers to the synthesis of someone’s application of skills and experience within the environment. Such knowledge remains highly personal and cannot be transmitted to another person. The management of knowledge is responsible for the creative capacity of an organization to come with new products and services that can respond to the consumers’ changing needs.


Key References
Christensen, K. S., & Bang, H. K. (2003). Knowledge management in a project-oriented organization: three perspectives. Journal of Knowledge Management, 7(3), 116–128
Empson, Laura. (2001). Introduction : Knowledge management in professional service firms, Human Relations, 54, 811–817.
Szulanski, G. (2000). The Process of Knowledge Transfer: A Diachronic Analysis of Stickiness. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 82(1), 9–27.
Spender J. C. and Grant Robert M. (1996) Knowledge and the Firm: Overview. Strategic management Journal. Vol. 17,. 5-9.
Szulanski Gabriel (1996) Exploring Internal Stickiness: Impediments to the Transfer of Best Practice Within the Firm. Strategic Management Journal. Vol. 17, 27-43.
Tsoukas Haridimos and Vladimirou Efi (2001) What is Organizational Knowledge? Journal of Management Studies, 38:7, pp 973- 993.



Globalisation is defined as the growing capacity of corporations to penetrate and operate within countries without being restricted by geographical constraints. Corporations are able to maximise their profit margins by distributing products and services to a diverse plethora of consumer groups. The development of common brands enable them to attract particular consumer segments on basis of the consumers’ purchasing power. Corporations are able to achieve greater leverage by utilising their resources whilst taking advantage of the different economic conditions between countries.


Key References
Stacey, R.D. (2007) Strategic Management and Organisational Dynamics, 5th edn. Harlow: FT Prentice Hall.
Toffler, A. (1985) The Adaptive Corporation. London: Pan.
Voda, J.J. (2006) Technological Change and Industry Structure: A Case Study of the Petroleum Industry. Economics of Innovation and New Technology. 15(3), 271–288.
Yip, G.S. (2003) Total Global Strategy II: Updated for the Internet and Service Era, (2nd edn). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, NJ


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