In the age of knowledge, organizations survive and thrive only when they learn. All too often, when organizations are confronted with novel or changing situations, the process of learning breaks down and the result is catastrophic. In Organizational Resilience: How Learning Sustains Organizations in Crisis, Disaster, and Breakdown, D. Christopher Kayes explains why all organizational leaders should be concerned about learning and the dire consequences that may ensue if they are not. Kayes draws on the foundational ideas of philosopher John Dewey, then connects this philosophy to contemporary studies on learning, management, and organizations. Through a wide range of examples from the realms of government, finance, engineering, healthcare, and commercial air travel, he describes how learning can help organizations weather crises and outlines specific ways that leaders can learn from their experience. The first comprehensive review of how learning sustains organizations in challenging times, Organizational Resilience is essential reading for crisis managers, disaster-recovery team leaders, continuity-of-operations planning professionals, emergency-management professionals, and leaders at all levels who want their organizations to thrive.In contrast to auto mode, amanual modea required the pilot crew to set the parameters and put the crew in direct control of the aircraft. The cockpit of an A330 is a shrine to the possibilities of modern technology. The in-flight instruments haveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Organizational Resilience: How Learning Sustains Organizations in Crisis, Disaster, and Breakdown|
|Author||:||D. Christopher Kayes|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2015-03-23|