ÖĞRENMENİN OLDUĞU YER: Mecazlar ve Planlama Grubunda Yerleşik Öğrenme

Örgütsel Öğrenme, bilgi ve bilme ile ilgili örgütsel süreçleri düzenleyen temel mecazdır. Bir örgütte (belediyede) aracılık yapan davranışsal öğrenme planlama, grubun üst düzey öğreniminde çeşitli mecazların rol oynadığını gözleme sırasında gelişme sağlar. Bu çalışmanın amacı; mevcut bilgiyi ortaya çıkarma ve ifade etmede dilin rolünü ve mecazların dil bilimsel veya zihinsel araçlar olarak değil, sonradan oluşturulmuş örgütle ilgili yapılarla yorumlamasını araştırmaktır. Mecazların anlaşılması, her zaman yaratıcı bir çabayı gerektirir. Mecazlar hem öğrenmeyi kolaylaştırmada hem de öğrenilenleri somut olarak ortaya koymada yardımcıdırlar. Mecazlar dilin hayal gücünün ürünleri olarak anlama yaklaşımı, mecazlar arasındaki “anlamaya yarayan” ya da “üretimsel olan” mecazlar şeklindeki geleneksel ayrımı yıkar.

ÖĞRENMENİN OLDUĞU YER: Mecazlar ve Planlama Grubunda Yerleşik Öğrenme

Organizational learning is a root metaphor which sets organizational processes in relation to knowledge and knowing. An action-learning intervention in a municipality provides the stage for observing several metaphors at work in advancing learning within the planning group. The aim of the paper is to explore the role of language in producing and expressing situated knowledge and to further the interpretation of metaphors as organizational artifacts instead of linguistic or mental materials. The understanding of metaphors is always a creative endeavour, and metaphors can be both facilitators of learning and the tangible manifestation of something learnt. Understanding metaphors as the dreamwork of language collapses the traditional distinction among metaphors either as heuristic or generative.

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APA Gherardı, S . (2009). ÖĞRENMENİN OLDUĞU YER: Mecazlar ve Planlama Grubunda Yerleşik Öğrenme . Verimlilik Dergisi , (1) , 91-110 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/verimlilik/issue/21748/233835
MLA Gherardı, S . "ÖĞRENMENİN OLDUĞU YER: Mecazlar ve Planlama Grubunda Yerleşik Öğrenme" . Verimlilik Dergisi (2009 ): 91-110 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/verimlilik/issue/21748/233835>
Chicago Gherardı, S . "ÖĞRENMENİN OLDUĞU YER: Mecazlar ve Planlama Grubunda Yerleşik Öğrenme". Verimlilik Dergisi (2009 ): 91-110
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ISNAD Gherardı, Silvia . "ÖĞRENMENİN OLDUĞU YER: Mecazlar ve Planlama Grubunda Yerleşik Öğrenme". Verimlilik Dergisi / 1 (Şubat 2009): 91-110 .
AMA Gherardı S . ÖĞRENMENİN OLDUĞU YER: Mecazlar ve Planlama Grubunda Yerleşik Öğrenme. Verimlilik Dergisi. 2009; (1): 91-110.
Vancouver Gherardı S . ÖĞRENMENİN OLDUĞU YER: Mecazlar ve Planlama Grubunda Yerleşik Öğrenme. Verimlilik Dergisi. 2009; (1): 91-110.
IEEE S. Gherardı , "ÖĞRENMENİN OLDUĞU YER: Mecazlar ve Planlama Grubunda Yerleşik Öğrenme", Verimlilik Dergisi, sayı. 1, ss. 91-110, Şub. 2009