Dynamics in Organization: Comparison Study of Learning Organization with Adaptive Organizations

Authors

  • Chu Yi-wei College of Social Science, Tunghai University, Taiwan
  • Ho Meng-chian College of Social Science, Tunghai University, Taiwan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i1.85

Keywords:

Organizational Dynamics, Organizational Learning, Adaptive Organization

Abstract

This article discusses the dynamics in organizations, specifically about the comparison of organizational learning with adaptive organizations. This study used a survey method by relying on observational reviews of Organizations X and Y. Data collection was carried out on all staff from 2 organizations totaling 100 people each, 50 respondents each. The results showed the level of activity in the use of Organizational Technology, especially during the COVID-19 era, the role of information technology was a challenge and an opportunity for organizational performance owners to adapt so that their organizational performance could remain productive and effective. The results showed that the dynamics of the organization require adaptive technology, information technology has an influence on organizational development. This condition requires organizations to continue to learn and provide training in accordance with the times, this is certainly relevant to the concept of learning organization with the impact that requires organizations to acquire and transfer organizational knowledge to individuals in the organization.

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Published

2021-02-02

How to Cite

Yi-wei, C. ., & Meng-chian, H. . (2021). Dynamics in Organization: Comparison Study of Learning Organization with Adaptive Organizations. Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study, 2(1), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrsss.v2i1.85