Article : Conceptualising The Role Of Organisational Culture And Organisational Learning In Predicting Organisational Performance

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Conceptualising The Role Of Organisational Culture And Organisational Learning In Predicting Organisational Performance

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Divya Salathia

 Purpose – The present study seeks to explore the impact of organisational culture and organisational learning on the performance of SMEs. MethodologyThe study is based on extant literature relating to existing theoretical framework and empirical research that is conducted in the fields of human resource management. Findings – The study proposed a conceptual model including four dimensions of organisational culture, two dimensions of each organisational learning and organisational performance to find out the impact of culture and learning in organisational performance. Originality/Value:  There has been relatively little research that illustrates the relationship between organisational culture, organisational learning and organisational performance. The paper makes an attempt to comprehend the significant factors influencing organisational performance.  Limitations – Being conceptual in nature, the major limitation is the lack of empirical data to test the model. Hence, there is a need to conduct an empirical research in future to overcome the same.                         

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