This is a subject of great, long-standing interest to this blog:
THE U.S. NAVY AS A LEARNING ORGANIZATION WITH TRENT HONE
Hone examines how the so-called New Navy of the twentieth century managed innovation and transformed doctrine in an era of rapidly changing technology, first emphasizing a centralized fleet's massed gunfire, and later the coordination of dispersed aircraft carrier task forces. He argues"the Navy's surface warfare doctrine in the first half of the twentieth century was an example of sustained and repeated innovation" and uses this evolving doctrine to examine "organizational development through the lens of complexity."
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
A case study on organizational learning
Great interview with the author of a new book