Bond, 2006. Working with Barriers to Organizational Learning. Networking for International
Development. Retrieved from:
Bond is the network for over 290 UK-based non-governmental organizations working in the international development and development education. The organization stresses the barriers to organizational learning as due to bias for action, failure to hold discussions, and lack of commitment. On the other hand, organizations may fail to grow due to political issues and these are most common in the United States. The writer then gives the solutions to these barriers, which among them are; changing the ways of thinking, transfer of knowledge, and skills and good governance. China has already achieved this and it is continually improving on organizational learning, which makes it to have the fastest growing economy in the world.
Dierkes, M. et al., 2001. Handbook of Organization learning and Knowledge. New York:
Oxford University Press. pp. 720-723
Dierkes Meinolf from New York, Oxford University is an author of various books. In this book, the author stresses on the learning strategies and process of Chinese firms. He argues that the success of the Chinese firms is because of implementation of good organizational and learning knowledge. The Chinese government is well connected to the global market that makes its economy to grow due to the different innovations and qualitative improvement of the existing manufacturing firms. The area where the Chinese economy has improved is on the manufacturing and processing sectors where they range higher than the Americans.
Fan, Y. 1998. The Transfer of Western Management to China: Management Learning.
University of Hertfordshire Business School. Retrieved from:
The Western management was transferred to China focusing mostly on the context, content, and constrains involved in the transfer. The transfer model utilized five stages that saw China grow into an industrious country within a short period. Some of the factors that influenced the transfer were related to environment, organizational, and cultural behavior. The writer then concludes that there is no time that China will depend on the West to get solutions to their problems since through this transfer, China looks for the solutions using their own means and that they learned from them.
Fornes, G. 2010. Chinese MNEs and Latin America: A review. UK: University of Bristol.
The paper analyses the literature of internalization of companies from China and Latin America. The writer argues that the Chinese economy is one of the largest and speculates that the economy could be the world’s largest by the year 2025. The collaboration of the Chinese trade with that of LA aimed at improving the economy of the two countries. With China known as the best producers of electronic and...