Developing a culture of learning in a changing industrial climate: An Australian case study
The problem and the solution. An organization that does not have a history of being a learning organization but has experienced generally confrontational industrial relations began to change its learning culture. This study suggests that even without a systematic approach, some of the features of a learning organization can develop through efforts at the individual and the systemic levels but that the issue of power relationships in the organization is highly significant.
Advances in Developing Human Resources