Learning in-between, across and beyond workplace boundaries

Inderscience Publishers
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International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 2012, 12 (1-2), pp. 61 - 76
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Challenges conventional theories underpinning HRD that typically focus on the objects of learning - individuals, jobs, training. Discusses two case studies (public utility and winery) of learning across boundaries through, for example, the organisational practice of 'acting up' and identifies implications for HRD practice and practitioners.
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