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Cognitive Organizations and Distance Learning

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    Title: Cognitive Organizations and Distance Learning
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    Date: 2016
    Publication type: Technical report
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    1. Coherence
    2. Distance Learning
    3. Managerial Reactivity

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    Director of Business and Management department Author Université d’Evry Val d’Essonne

    Abstract

    International businesses are trying to find an alternative to the traditional paradigmatic units of time, space and action which persist in the learning sphere. Immaterial assets have become strategic and the relationship to knowledge and information is thus changed. In this context, e-learning, which has emerged more slowly than expected, is becoming a real field of research in information systems. It plays an important role in the organizational transformations of globalized businesses. Are remote teaching devices capable of contributing to the evolution of cognitive organizations? An inductive approach was applied to a series of interviews and a model defined. Indeed, the ability to adapt to the environment’s fast variations must be regarded as necessary to encourage the appropriation of frequent technological changes. It may thus be noticed that in order to succeed, businesses must not rely only on access to knowledge anywhere and at any time.