Part 1: Arguably, both Nooteboom and Nonaka/Zhu see learning as significant to competitive advantage and long-term viable organizations. Identify what you think is the (1) single most significant similarity between the two books in regard to learning and the (2) single most significant difference in how the two books view learning. Explain your answers.
Part 2: In your opinion, what is the single most critical addition the Groot& Homan article brings to the discussion of learning (that is, what is the most significant aspect of learning that Groot & Homan discuss that may not be directly addressed or well explicated in either Nooteboom or Nonaka/Zhu)? Provide a rationale for your answer.
Please refer to the articles mentioned. Find them online I do not have copies to upload.