Learning organizations are a strategic response to increased competition due to globalization (Amy, 2007; Dodgson, 1993; Senge, 2006; Tsang, 1997). Organizations that are able to utilize the ideas and energy of their employees are better prepared to operate in a global economy. An understanding of cross-cultural knowledge management for learning organizations is highly relevant and adaptive to a variety of industries because learning is a continuous process for any organization. Educators are important leaders in the development of participants in the global economy. Studies of cross-cultural management in learning organizations inform education and prescribe methods of knowledge management for efficient knowledge management. The deficiency in knowledge management connected to the learning process that is often overlooked is remediation and follow-up training for professional development.
"Professional Redevelopment: Interruptions in Knowledge Management,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 8
, Article 52.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol8/iss4/52