A traditional model of organizational knowledge creation
Connecting 2 the World
SEPTEMBER 18, 2011
The Traditional Model The traditional model used by organizational learning theorists begins with the depth of knowledge. This has implications for agency and ownership as knowledge that is created by and for the organization may be perceived as being owned by the organization (Ende & Lungsford, 2001). For example, a graduate with an associate’s degree in accounting may be competent for recording inventory, but not creating a company’s tax return. 2001). 2001).