A methodological approach to supporting organizational learning

@article{Mulholland2001AMA,
  title={A methodological approach to supporting organizational learning},
  author={Paul Mulholland and Zdenek Zdr{\'a}hal and John Domingue and Marek Hatala and Ansgar Bernardi},
  journal={Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud.},
  year={2001},
  volume={55},
  pages={337-367}
}
Many organisations need to respond quickly to change and their workers need to regularly develop new knowledge and skills. The prevailing approach to meeting these demands is on-the-job training, but this is known to be highly ineffective, cause stress and devalue workplace autonomy. Conversely, organisational learning is a process through which workers learn gradually in the work context through experience, reflection on work practice and collaboration with colleagues. Our approach aims to… CONTINUE READING
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