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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 1036-1043

Organizational Learning and Employee of Literature Positioning: Bibliometric Overview

Anita Kartika Sari, Fendy Suhariadi, Tri Wahjoedi.


Organizational Learning has significantly emerged in the field of management development. This is a study but there is no overview of the scientific literature on Organizational Learning and Employee that shows the big picture using data from all countries. This paper aims to examine the status and position of the visual map of Organizational Learning and Employee publications indexed by Scopus using Bibliometry. The research was conducted using Bibliometric techniques. Data analysis and visualization using the VOSViewer program and the Scopus function to analyze search results. In this review, details are collected for 1,038 documents issued from 1982 to 2019. The study reveals that Dimovski, V. and the University of Ljubljana are the most active individual scientists and institutions affiliated in Employee and Learning Organizations. In the Literature of Organizational and Employee Learning, Business, Management and Accounting and Learning Organizations are most of the fields of study and sources of dissemination. There is one map of groups around the world with collaborative researchers. To identify bodies of knowledge created from thirty-seven years of publication, this study builds a convergence axis grouping consisting of Organizational Learning and Employee Literature: Knowledge Management, Innovation, Human, Organization, and Learning Organizations, abbreviated as KIHOL.

Key words: Employee; Blibliometrics; Organizational Learning; Vosviewer

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