Journal of Work-Applied Management: Volume 13 Issue 1 , Open Access


Table of contents - Special Issue: The nexus of work-applied skills and learning: comparative approaches across sectors

Self-managed and work-based learning: problematising the workplace–classroom skills gap

Iro Konstantinou, Elizabeth Miller

The authors explore the ways work-based learning (WBL) can help degree apprentices cross the gaps between the workplace and the classroom, arguing that problem-based learning…


Moving critical management education to praxis: integrating professional services within the critical classroom

Suzette Dyer, Heather Lowery-Kappes, Fiona Hurd

This paper details how we adapted a critically informed third-year career management and development course to address an identified gap in our Human Resource Management students…

Testing ZELPH ['sɛlf] – a self-assessment instrument to surface intended and unintended outcomes of work-integrating pedagogies

Abena Dadze-Arthur, Anita Mörth

This paper's twofold purpose is, first, to present ZELPH ['sɛlf], a self-assessment instrument that enables those developing the pedagogy of work-integrating study programmes in…

The HR analytics cycle: a seven-step process for building evidence-based and ethical HR analytics capabilities

Salvatore V. Falletta, Wendy L. Combs

The purpose of the paper is to explore the meaning of Human Resources (HR) analytics and introduce the HR analytics cycle as a proactive and systematic process for ethically…


A double design-science perspective of entrepreneurship – the example of smart contracts in the insurance market

Christian Hugo Hoffmann

Following the call for strengthening the third pillar of knowledge in entrepreneurship as well as work-applied management contexts constituted by pragmatic design principles, we…


A review of the trend of microlearning

Kelvin Leong, Anna Sung, David Au, Claire Blanchard

Microlearning has been considered as a promising topic in work-based learning. This paper aims to review the trends of microlearning in terms of related publications and Internet…


“Employability is not inimical to good learning” *: rearticulating school academic curricula to surface their employability value

Kate Daubney

This paper introduces a new approach to extracting the employability value of school/further education (FE) curriculums, using textual analysis to surface the transferable skills…


Individual spiritual capital: meaning, a conceptual framework and implications

Anselmo Ferreira Vasconcelos

The purpose of this conceptual paper is to trigger a transcendental concern toward building the spiritual capital (SC) particularly focused on the highly relevant domain of work…


Addressing the silver tsunami in the accounting industry

Brian M. Dorr, Shannon L. Feuerhelm

As Baby Boomers continue to retire, organizations should have plans in place that successfully execute this transition. Some industries, such as accounting, are unique in that…


ESD for managers in the Danish lower secondary educational curriculum

David Mathias Paaske, Olman Segura-Bonilla, Jairo Hernandez-Milian

The purpose of this paper is to challenge the current educational methods taking place in Danish lower secondary school by introducing the concept of education for sustainable…

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