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Facilitating learning organizations

£12.99

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The primary outcome of developing a learning enriched environment and work process is that it enables employees to think in new ways and innovate on the job. This book will help organizations to stimulate learning and to understand how to capture and share learning so that it is not lost to them. In the long run this will impact on an organization's knowledge capital and, ultimately, profits. - - The authors give guidance and advice on how to facilitate the complex change interventions that are required to build learning into the system so that it actually starts to make a difference. They highlight the need for business leaders and development professionals to work together creatively, collaboratively and strategically if there is to be embedded acceptance of learning and knowledge sharing. - - The contribution from practitioners and executives in companies like Johnsonville Foods, Sulzer Orthopedics, and Public Service Electric & Gas make this a uniquely applied book. This, combined with the authors? deep understanding of the theory and their new thinking in this field, gives the reader a practical framework with which they can move quickly and successfully towards their goal of making learning count.

Item details

Author(s):
Marsick, Victoria J. and Watkins, Karen E
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1999
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0566080397
ISBN-13:
9780566080395
Number of pages:
222
Publisher:
Gower

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The primary outcome of developing a learning enriched environment and work process is that it enables employees to think in new ways and innovate on the job. This book will help organizations to stimulate learning and to understand how to capture and share learning so that it is not lost to them. In the long run this will impact on an organization's knowledge capital and, ultimately, profits. - - The authors give guidance and advice on how to facilitate the complex change interventions that are required to build learning into the system so that it actually starts to make a difference. They highlight the need for business leaders and development professionals to work together creatively, collaboratively and strategically if there is to be embedded acceptance of learning and knowledge sharing. - - The contribution from practitioners and executives in companies like Johnsonville Foods, Sulzer Orthopedics, and Public Service Electric & Gas make this a uniquely applied book. This, combined with the authors? deep understanding of the theory and their new thinking in this field, gives the reader a practical framework with which they can move quickly and successfully towards their goal of making learning count.

Author(s):
Marsick, Victoria J. and Watkins, Karen E
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1999
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0566080397
ISBN-13:
9780566080395
Number of pages:
222
Publisher:
Gower

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