Informal Learning and the Transfer of Learning: How Managers Develop Proficiency.

@inproceedings{Enos2003InformalLA,
  title={Informal Learning and the Transfer of Learning: How Managers Develop Proficiency.},
  author={Michael D. Enos and Marijke Kehrhahn and Alexandra Bell},
  year={2003}
}
This study examined how the extent to which managers engaged in informal learning, perceptions of support in the transfer environment, and level of managerial proficiency related to transfer of learning in twenty core managerial skills. The results suggested that informal learning is predominantly a social process and that managers with high levels of proficiency who experience low levels of coworker, supervisor, and organizational support learn managerial skills mostly from informal learning… CONTINUE READING

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