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Creating Cultures of Learning

IN DEPTH: Human Resource Management in the Knowledge Economy: New Challenges, New Roles, New Capabilities by Mark Lengnick-Hall and Cynthia Lengnick-Hall

 

Reviewed by Madanmohan Rao

Monday, July 07, 2003

This concise and compact guidebook is a must-read for human resource managers interested in creating and propagating cultures of learning and knowledge in their organisations. 

"The HRM function that evolved to address the needs of the industrial era is insufficient to meet the needs of the knowledge era," the authors begin. Mark Lengnick-Hall and Cynthia Lengnick-Hall are business professors at the University of Texas in San Antonio; both have extensive track records in consulting and publishing.

 

 

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