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3 Focuses and contributes to the achievement of diversity and experience. The integration of activities and visions, favoring the attention of all the Organization’s diversity, but at the same time valuing and recognizing the experience, authority, capacity and experience of each person. 4. It stimulates cooperative learning. The development of skills for work in team. Positive interdependence occurs when a person perceives being attached to others so that, to coordinate their efforts with those of the other, manages to get a better product and thus more successfully complete a task.

Note: Table prepared with information taken from Senge (1998) all these axioms are based, the process of cooperation, i.e., give and receive ideas, provide help and assistance, Exchange resources and contribute with constructive criticism. Another group of theorists of organizational learning, forms Argyris and Schon (1978), who on the basis of their background in the thought of Dewey, Lewin and Habermas, raise the so-called theory of human action. The relationship thinking action from the point of view of the theory of action, which sees man as a being that it designs its actions, executed them and assesses their implications; adopting their designs when the consequences of their actions respond to their intentions and modify them when they are adverse. With regard to this aspect, Picon (1994), argues that this conception implies understanding behavior as something constituted by the meanings and the interactions of the actors, (p. 48). Of the above is interpreted, that this theoretical approach, on the theory of human action, has a constructivist paradigm approach, to assume that social actors construct a theory for their intentional actions and behavior that deploy individually, responds to the constructions of their mental models which are formed by their beliefs, values, strategies of action alleged or premises. As regards the theory of action organizational or group are the collective commitments made in the mission, objectives, the policies and strategies as outlined as the thought and intent of its members, (Picon, op cit).