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The factors that
facilitate the interrelationship of organisational learning (OL),
knowledge management (KM) and innovation in a distributed organisation
are illustrated in this study. While the research was limited to a
single organisation, it included multiple sites across Singapore and in a
geographically distributed environment. This study illustrated an
integrating model emphasising that organisational learning can create
common understanding using knowledge-management transferring activities,
mechanisms and innovation process. KM activities influences learning,
understanding organisational knowledge and practical implementation of
new ideas between organisational members that is greater than what
individual learning can generate in a distributed environment. The
participants’ experiences are intimately entwined in the practice of
organisational members at the subject distributed educational


Organisational learning
Knowledge management
Integrated model