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Paper Title :
Learning Strategies in Dynamic Environments

Author :Vishnu Vinekar

Article Citation :Vishnu Vinekar , (2018 ) " Learning Strategies in Dynamic Environments " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 70-77, Volume-4,Issue-9

Abstract : Managers face conflicting demands on the organization: one to cut costs and improve quality by reducing variance in present processes, and the other to be creative, innovative, adaptable, and flexible and to try out new processes. The former consists of exploitative learning, or refining present knowledge, and the latter consist of explorative learning, or seeking out new knowledge. While large sample studies show support for the theory that exploitative learning improves organizational performance, case studies urge managers to adopt explorative learning. The connection between these conflicting forms of learning and organizational performance is hypothesized to be moderated by the dynamism of the environment. This hypothesis is studied through a computer simulation using intelligent agents to model organizations with different strategies for learning. Results indicate that exploitation may be more suited for environments low in dynamism while ambidextrous organizations may be more suitable for dynamic environments. Keywords: Exploitation, exploration, ambidextrous organizations, dynamic environments.

Type : Research paper

Indexed : Google Scholar


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