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Organizational Learning (OL) is a research area that presents several approaches to understand how an organization learns. Among the most present approaches in research, we have the 4i framework that proposes the OL through four subprocesses: intuition, interpretation, integration and institutionalization. This study sought to understand how the OL process occurred in the investments programming in a Credit Union in Santa Catarina, southern Brazil. Two employees directly involved with the Programmed Future program were interviewed. The report draws a parallel between the subprocesses of the 4i framework and the learning processes that took place in the Union.
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