New Publication: "Organizational Learning as Relational Governance"

LEIZ is pleased to announce the publication of an important new volume, "Organizational Learning as Relational Governance," authored by Dr. Jessica Geraldo Schwengber. Published by Springer, this volume is a significant addition to the scholarly literature on organizational learning, offering a fresh perspective by conceptualizing organizations as a nexus of stakeholders' resources and interests and applying the framework of relational economics.

In this insightful work, Schwengber redefines the conventional understanding of organizational learning by emphasizing the relational aspects that govern the learning processes within organizations. The book delves deeply into the intersection of organizational theory and relational governance, providing a comprehensive framework for understanding how organizations learn and adapt through the interplay of stakeholder relationships.

The volume is part of the esteemed book series, Relational Economics and Organization Governance (REOG), which is edited by a distinguished team of scholars: Lucio Biggiero, Derick de Jongh, Birger P. Priddat, Josef Wieland, and Adrian Zicari. This series explores the relational view in economics through interdisciplinary contributions from fields such as management, organizational theory, and economic sociology.

"Organizational Learning as Relational Governance" is an essential resource for scholars and practitioners interested in the dynamics of organizational learning and the relational structures that underpin effective governance. By integrating theoretical insights with empirical research, Schwengber provides a robust analytical framework that enhances our understanding of organizational learning processes.

We invite you to explore this comprehensive volume, now available for purchase here, and join the conversation on the evolving landscape of organizational learning and relational governance. 

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