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Organizational Routines Are Stored As Procedural Memory: Evidence from a Laboratory Study

Organizational routines-multi-actor, interlocking, reciprocally-triggered sequences of actions-are a major source of the reliability and speed of organizational performance. Without routines, organizations would lose efficiency as structures for collective action. But these frequently repeated... Full description

1st Person: Cohen, Michael D.
Additional Persons: Bacdayan, Paul verfasserin
Source: in Organization science Vol. 5, No. 4 (1994), p. 554-568
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1994
Keywords: research-article
Routines
Organizational Learning
Standard Operating Procedures
Procedural Memory
Organizational Memory
Skills
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