Modes of organizational learning : indications from an empirical study

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KLIMECKI, Rüdiger, Hermann LASSLEBEN, 1998. Modes of organizational learning : indications from an empirical study

@techreport{Klimecki1998Modes-3939, series={Management Forschung und Praxis}, title={Modes of organizational learning : indications from an empirical study}, year={1998}, number={20}, author={Klimecki, Rüdiger and Lassleben, Hermann} }

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