An empirical study on organisational learning capability in it industry

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Organizational learning is a concept of individual learning as a continuous process. It influences directly or indirectly in which organizations justify the fact that many theories on organizational learning are based on observations of individual learning and of the organization. After careful literature review, the paper is planned to present empirical analysis of employee’s learning capability in various organizations. Results show that there is no significant difference between experience, qualification and learning capability of employees. The study is limited to minimum respondents.




Jyothi Kannipamula, S., & Srinivas Rao, D. (2019). An empirical study on organisational learning capability in it industry. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 7(6), 916–919.

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