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Title: The Impact Of Organisational Structure and Practices On Learning in The Workplace
Authors: Ashton, David N.
First Published: 2004
Citation: International Journal of Training and Development, 2004, 8 (1), pp.43-53
Abstract: The main thrust of the research effort into workplace learning has been to identify the characteristics of workplace learning as experienced by the learner. The impact of the wider organisational process in which that learning is embedded have been played down. This paper, building on the work of Koike and Darrah, uses research conducted in a major multinational corporation (MNC) in South-East Asia, to explore the impact of the wider organisational structures on the process of learning. The model it develops not only shows how these processes impact on workplace learning but also helps explain why workers acquire different levels of skill.
DOI Link: 10.1111/j.1360-3736.2004.00195.x
ISSN: 1360-3736
Type: Article
Appears in Collections:Published Articles, Centre for Labour Market Studies

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