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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Background: In this paper the concept of organizational learning culture is defined as a set of norms and values about the functioning of an organization. These norms and values should support systematic, in-depth approaches aimed at achieving higher-level organizational learning. The elements of an organizational learning process that we used are information acquisition, information interpretation, and behavioral and cognitive changes. On the other hand, constructs of comprising innovativeness are innovative culture and innovations, which are made of technical and administrative innovations.
Purpose: The main aim of this research is to propose and test a model of innovativeness development based on the effect of organizational learning culture in the Kerman food industries.
Method: This research was an applied one by aim and descriptive and post-facto by methodology. From 629 professional and administrative of Zamzam companies' staff (Oil and Pegah) of Kerman Province, 238 people were selected stratified randomly. The data gathered from the questionnaire used and analyzed statistically.
Result (s): The results showed that information, data interpretation, behavioral and cognitive changes and innovative culture only affect indirectly administrative innovations. Further, technical innovation is directly affected.
Conclusion: These results and its implications are discussed. At the end, the proposal is presented.