[[abstract]]The purpose of this study was to explore the multi-domains and contents of technological learning (TL) and to testify to the importance of TL for a company; furthermore, to present the evidence that learning itself is a Mediating Variable between organization culture and the performance of a company. The sample of this study has 128 selected companies of Printing Industry in Taiwan R.O.C. Many quantitative methods, including t-test, MANOVA, regression analysis, and LISREL analysis, are used to test the presented hypothesis of the research. The main conclusion of the study is as following: 1. The theoretic model in TL that is divided into three stages that are The Induction, Attribute, and Accumulation, was supported after research. The Induction, Attribute, and Accumulation corroborates in correlation of dimension and sequence in TL. 2. The organizational culture has a positive influence, mainly located on the interaction among market culture and adhocracy culture respectively towards three stages of TL in a company. 3. There is correlation among organizational culture, TL, and performance, and the organizational culture will directly or indirectly affect performance through TL. The latter caused much more effect than the former, so the evidence, which TL played the mediating variables, has been completely supported and the research structure was simultaneously confirmed. 4. The main variables affecting endogenous performance of a company are “adhocracy culture” in organizational culture and “accumulation” processes in TL stages. 5. The main variables affecting exogenous performance accountability are “clan culture” and “adhocracy culture” in organizational culture and “accumulation” processes in TL stages.
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