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NATO's lessons in crisis : institutional memory in international organizations
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Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année copyright 2018
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NATO's lessons in crisis : institutional memory in international organizations
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1 vol. (XIV-275 pages) : ill., graph., tabl. ; 24 cm
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NATO's Lessons in Crisis Institutional Memory in International Organizations 2018
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Bibliographie pages [241]-258. Index
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355.031 091 821
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Lessons in failure: institutional memory of strategic errors ; Tête à tête: the informal development of institutional memory ; Dilemmas in design: constraints on sharing knowledge of errors ; See no evil: reflections on errors in Afghanistan, Libya and Ukraine ; Hear no evil: the informal processes of sharing knowledge of errors ; Speak no evil: the sources that spur knowledge sharing of errors ; A reactive culture: why the informal development of memory persists ; Conclusion: toward total recall in crisis management
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How do international organizations develop institutional memory from their failures? As this book argues, the learning infrastructure in these organizations often disincentivizes error reporting — prompting elites to informally share knowledge via networks. Drawing on interviews and an experiment with 120 NATO elite officials, this book reveals the importance of institutional design in making or breaking a learning organization
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0-19-067218-8
0-19-067217-X
978-0-19-067217-1
978-0-19-067218-8
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