ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING, PRACTICES OF DIVERSITY, AND CEREMONIALISM: A STUDY PROPOSAL IN THE MULTINATIONALS CONTEXT

<div><p>ABSTRACT Purpose: to articulate the categories of organizational learning, diversity of practice, and ceremonialism in the context of multinational companies. Originality/value: Learning perspective as a procedural phenomenon and intervention factors such as ceremonialism may potentiate or hinder the organizational learning process, contributing to new insights for both multinational organizations and organizational learning research. Design/methodology/approach: a theoretical essay that proposes an integration of the categories of organizational learning, diversity practices, and ceremonialism in the context of multinational companies. Findings: This work contributes to the construction of a research model with a proposal for studies of organizational learning, diversity practices, and ceremonialism in the context of multinational companies.</p></div>