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Effective implementation of change into routine work. Thinking over ways and means of a learning experience in cardiology


, : Effective implementation of change into routine work. Thinking over ways and means of a learning experience in cardiology. Monaldi Archives for Chest Disease 82(1): 5-9

Effective implementation of change in patients' care is a substantive problem. Organizational learning is viewed as process of seeking, selecting, and adapting new "routines" to improve performance but learning from experience is not automatic, but rather may result from action and reflection within the organization.

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PMID: 25481933

DOI: 10.4081/monaldi.2014.35


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