Creating a Learning Culture: Strategy, Technology, and Practice

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Cambridge University Press, 17/06/2004 - 351 páginas
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"Creating a Learning Culture features insightful essays from industry observers and revealing case studies of prominent corporations. Each chapter revolves around creating an environment where learning takes place each day, all day - fundamentally changing the way we think about how, what, and when we learn, and how we can apply learning to practice. For the first time contemporary work on this subject appears in one volume. Three sections address key aspects of learning culture: the modern business context and the importance of learning at every juncture; the organic and adaptive approaches organizational leaders can take to design enduring success; and the expanding role of individuals within organizations and the implications for business leaders, educators, technologists, and learners. Identifying the steps companies must take to remain competitive for years to come, this book explains how learning strategies applied to all aspects of every job can provide swift returns and lasting results."--Publ. description.
 

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Leading and learning with nobody in charge
19
Our world as a learning system a communitiesofpractice approach
35
Developing talent in a highly regulated industry
59
The invisible dogma
71
Looking back on technology to look forward on collaboration and learning
89
Using measurement to foster culture and sustainable growth
103
Adaptive approaches to organizational design
121
Innovative cultures and adaptive organizations
123
The agility factor
208
Tools and methods to support learning networks
224
Expanding individual responsibility
243
Envisioning a learning culture history selfgoverning citizens and no dancing elephants
245
Individual competencies and partnerships the primary cultural influencers
263
Learning culture in a global context
282
Learning in the company of maniacs
302
Trust identity reputation and learning in organizations
314

A relational view of learning how who you know affects what you know
152
Improved performance thats our diploma
169
The real and appropriate role of technology to create a learning culture
186
Afterword
326
Index
339
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James G. Clawson is Professor at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia. He is the author of Self-Assessment and Career Development, An MBA's guide to Self-Assessment and Career Development, and Level Three Leadership: Getting Below the Surface.

Marcia Conner is managing director of Ageless Learner, a think-tank and advisory services practice and a fellow of the Batten Institute, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia. She is the author of Learn More Now: 10 Simple Steps to Learning Better, Smarker, and Faster (2004).

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