Organizational learning management is the implementation of knowledge policies and the mission of improving work with the help of knowledge and better understanding in the organization and helps employees to continually apply their capabilities to recognize the complexities and develop common mental models.
The purpose of this study was to identify a variety of variables, including attitudes, beliefs, and facts about nurses' organizational learning management in the field of health. Setting and Design: This study was conducted to determine a more accurate plan for improving the activities in the field of health, considering the importance of managing nurses' organizational learning.
This qualitative study was carried out by thematic analysis method in 2019. The research population consisted of experts from medical universities of Iran. Semi-structured. Sample size in this study was 15 people, including 8 executives and 7 nurses. Statistical Analysis Used: In this study, the "latent content" analysis approach was used to analyze the data, which has four steps (coding, classification, finding themes or themes, data integration)
The findings of the present study showed that the realization of nurses' organizational learning management in hospitals in Iran can be conceptualized in three categories: individual, contextual and organizational factors.
Although the health system makes considerable efforts to learn nurses, it is not responsive to the needs of nurses in the current situation. Therefore, considering the importance of organizational learning for nurses, identifying the effective factors of learning management for achieving these goals seems necessary.