Co-operative Learning and Resilience to COVID-19 in a Small-Sized South African Enterprise.

November 1, 2022

2021, by Habiyaremye, A.,  for Sustainability. Habiyaremye uses knowledge-centered crisis management framework in a mixed methods (literature and interviews) to examine knowledge exchange and resource utilization optimization – how enhanced knowledge sharing through cooperative learning can be applied to induce higher innovation performance and more efficient resource utilization structures. Habiyaremye’s arguments for collaboration strengthen the argument that cooperative communities – as collective bodies themselves as well as cooperation between cooperatives – yield more effective, tailored, and sustainable solutions through their multi-pronged understanding of capital – financial, cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and relational – and how each contributes to cooperative resilience as a whole.

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