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Towards a taxonomy of intergenerational knowledge transfer practices: Insights from an international comparison (Germany – Quebec)Kerstin Kuyken, Mehran Ebrahimi, Anne-Laure Saives
This paper aims to develop a better understanding of intergenerational knowledge transfer (IKT) practices by adopting a context-related and comparative perspective.
Challenges to the learning organization in the context of generational diversity and social networksRenata Kaminska, Stefano Borzillo
The purpose of this paper is to gain a better understanding of the challenges to the emergence of a learning organization (LO) posed by a context of generational diversity…
Three generational issues in organizational learning: Knowledge management, perspectives on training and “low-stakes” developmentTherese A. Sprinkle, Michael J. Urick
Methods for facilitating learning and knowledge transfer in multigenerational workplaces are of importance to organizations. Yet, intergenerational learning is vastly…
This paper aims to explore the types of learning engendered by internal mobility (IM) by referring to the principles elaborated by Bateson (1972).
This paper aims to explore the relationship between the contemporary forms of manufacturing rationalization and the reproduction of communities of practice (CoPs) centred…
The purpose of this paper is to highlight challenges and opportunities that surround the process of intergenerational learning and knowledge transfer. Several options in…
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