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Entrepreneurship is a process of learning, and a theory of entrepreneurship requires a theory of learning. Organizational entrepreneurship may be positioned as special part of organizational learning with an impact on reconciling opportunities and actions. The model of organizational learning should incorporate the strategic tension between assimilating new learning and using what has been learned. Many organizational learning perspectives have been isolated in the literature. Restrictive interpretations or assumptions influence the way in which specialists conceive of organizational learning, often limiting their perspective on the phenomenon. Organizational learning may be understood as assumption sharing. That perspective is one of useful conceptual positions.
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