The Importance of Negotiations in Action Learning
15 Pages Posted: 21 Dec 2001
Date Written: August 2001
Action learning programs do not always seem to lead to organizational growth. Two of the reasons why this may happen, differences in perspectives and hold-up situations, are therefore contained in a flexible mathematical model that serves descriptive purposes. Studying this model brings us to the conclusion that both effects must be taken along when constructing a performance evaluation framework for managers being involved in action learning programs in terms of responsibility accounting principles.
Keywords: Action learning; Organizational growth; Responsibility accounting
JEL Classification: M40, M46, L20
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