This research-in-progress investigated these questions via directed changes in course design, conduct, culture, and technology. It further explored how new course designs can experientially give students process skills for thriving in network-based learning organizations. The data are drawn from a rich case study of an actual MBA course that attempted to change the learning culture through extensive use of Lotus Notes.
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