A Buddhist View of Adult Learning in the Workplace

@article{Johansen2006ABV,
  title={A Buddhist View of Adult Learning in the Workplace},
  author={Barry-Craig P. Johansen and Deepak Gopalakrishna},
  journal={Advances in Developing Human Resources},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={337 - 345}
}
The problem and the solution. Buddhism is a way of life practiced by more than 500 million people. The continued globalization of work and the expanding economic power and influence of Asian nations ensures that the beliefs, goals, practices, and traditions of Buddhism will take on increasing importance to business, education, and human resource development (HRD) professionals in every part of the world. Buddhism, like most worldviews, is not homogeneous and has many variations. Indeed, this… 
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