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Author
Balcerak Alicja
Title
Symulacja interaktywna we wspomaganiu uczenia się organizacyjnego
Interactive Simulation in Supporting Organizational Learning
Source
Studia i Prace Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie, 2008, nr 1, t. 1, s. 45-52, bibliogr. 27 poz.
Keyword
Organizacje uczące się, Zmiany organizacyjne, System symulacyjny
Learning organisations, Organisational change, Simulation system
Note
summ.
Abstract
Wyjaśniono pojęcie "symulacji" oraz "organizacyjnego uczenia się". Następnie przedstawiono możliwości i przykłady wykorzystania metod symulacyjnych jako instrumentu tworzenia polityki i strategii oraz inicjowania i przeprowadzania zmian organizacyjcych.

This article describes simulation as a powerful method supporting organizational learning. Interactive simulation techniques (computerized and non-computerized tailor-made simulation management games and management flight simulators) are core elements of methods that provide effective learning environments. These methods are based on learning through conceptualization, experimentation and reflection in a safe environment where participants can reveal, share and change their mental models as well as develop and explore new strategies. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1899-6205
Language
pol
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