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Oxenswärdh Anette (Uppsala University)
Collective Learning towards Sustainable Tourism
Uczenie się zbiorowe drogą do zrównoważonego rozwoju
Studia Periegetica, 2017, nr 2(18), s. 25-38, bibliogr. 54 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Sustainable Tourism for Development = Turystyka a rozwój zrównoważony
Słowa kluczowe
Turystyka, Rozwój zrównoważony, Uczenie się, Zachowania organizacyjne
Tourism, Sustainable development, Studying, Organisational behaviour
streszcz., summ.
Celem artykułu jest omówienie uczenia się zbiorowego jako narzędzia służącego lepszemu zrozumieniu pojęcia zrównoważonego rozwoju. Autorka opisuje, w jaki sposób ta forma uczenia się może być wykorzystana przez organizacje w branży turystycznej. Rozważania oparte są na przeglądzie literatury. Główną tezą artykułu jest stwierdzenie, że wprowadzenie skutecznych procesów uczenia się w kontekście organizacyjnym pozwala zapoczątkować nowy sposób myślenia, który może prowadzić do zmian na poziomie indywidualnym i organizacyjnym. Artykuł jest przyczynkiem do szerszego zagadnienia uczenia się organizacyjnego.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The purpose of this paper is to discuss collective learning as a tool for a deeper understanding of sustainability. The author describes how collective learning can be incorporated by organisations involved in tourism. The discussion is based on literature review. It is argued that the introduction of powerful learning processes in the organizational context can generate a new kind of thinking, which can lead to individual and organizational transformation. The article makes a contribution to the study of learning in organisations.(original abstract)
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