Category:Learning and Development
Table Of Contents - Special Issue: Activity theory and workplace learning
From workplace learning to inter‐organizational learning and back: the contribution of activity theoryYrjö Engeström, Hannele Kerosuo
The purpose of this paper is to show how activity theory transcends the boundary between workplace learning and organizational learning.
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the research methodology of analyzing learning in inter‐organizational networks based on an object‐oriented approach.
Workplace learning in the New Zealand apple industry network: A new co‐design method for government “practice making”Roberta Hill, Phillip Capper, Ken Wilson, Richard Whatman, Karen Wong
The purpose of this paper is to describe how, from 2004‐2006, a New Zealand research team experimented with the “change laboratory” learning process to create a new method…
Analysing third generation activity systems: labour‐power, subject position and personal transformationHarry Daniels, Paul Warmington
The purpose of this paper is to describe how Engeström's “third generation” activity theory, with its emphasis on developing conceptual tools to understand dialogues…
The purpose of this paper is to provide new insights into the implementation of large‐scale learning projects; thereby better understanding the difficulties, frustrations…
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