Category:Learning and Development
Table Of Contents: Volume 30 Issue 5 - Special Issue: Employee learning path strategies
How do employees’ individual learning paths differ across occupations?: A review of 10 years of empirical researchRob F. Poell, Henriette Lundgren, April Bang, Sean B. Justice, Victoria J. Marsick, SeoYoon Sung, Lyle Yorks
Employees are increasingly expected to organize their own human resource development activities. To what extent and how exactly employees in various organizational…
This paper aims to examine whether employability activities are driven by employee learning motives and their perception of learning opportunities.
This paper aims to focus on professional development in the education sector. Its goal is to understand team leaders’ roles in teachers’ professional learning. Second…
This paper aims to explore the possible relationships between the dominant actor and levels of reflection within learning paths. Learning-network theory, the framework of…
The purpose of this study was to explore how customer-facing professionals (CFPs) created learning paths to adapt to changing customer needs in a digital environment.
Renamed from:Employee Counselling Today
Online date, start – end:1997
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