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Volume 6, Number 1, 2002
Contents: T.J. Kramer, Introduction to the Issue. R. Hays-Thomas, The First Page. Part I:MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES: THE THEORY OF MANAGEMENT: T.J. Kramer, E.J. Sabin, Managing the Organizational Learning Process to Improve the Bottom Line. A. Kluge, J. Schilling, Organizational Learning and Learning Organizations: Theory and Empirical Findings. Part II:LIVE FROM THE FIRING LINE: THE PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT: E.J. Davidson, Linking Organizational Learning to the Bottom Line: Methodological Issues, Challenges, and Suggestions. L.K. Stroh, Becoming an Employer of Choice: Lessons Learned From a Case Study. Part III:RESEARCH: R.P. Mai, Coaching for Learning: Lessons for Organizational Renewel. N. Da Silva, L.E. Tetrick, K.J. Slack, J.M. Etchegaray, J.K. Latting, M.H. Beck, A.P. Jones, Is There a Relationship Between Employee Perceptions of Organizational Learning Practices and Employee Performance? Part IV:THE LAST PAGE: R. Hays-Thomas, The Last Page: Learning by Breaking the Silence.