Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Trends on search for Learning Organisation and Dynamic Capabilities

I have done some searches on both "learning organisation" and "dynamic capabilities". I think one explanation for why academics and practitioners do not often attend the same events could be language. Of course there are differences in what different words describe, but fist look at the charts.

In books, "learning organisations" peaked roughly at the time of the first conferences. "Dynamic capablities" has grown steadily and now shows in more new titles.

But for trends on searches there is no obvious awareness of "dynamic capabilites". Interest in learning organisations is declining but continues.

So there would be a point to exploring the connections between the two topics and presenting dynamic capabiliktes for a wider audience.

See also some charts on CMS in a blog by Will Pollard.

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