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Boundaries of Workplace Learning

Special issue of  the International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management (IJHRDM)
Volume 12 - Issue 1/2 - 2012

Guest Editors: Marcel van der Klink and Jan Streumer

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CONTENTS

Introduction by Marcel van der Klink and Jan Streumer (PDF Download)

Contributions (Pages - Title - Author) 
>>> Abstracts see web page of Special Issue!

9 - 30 Workplace learning: a new model applied in a case study in the Netherlands
Simone J. Van Zolingen; Laura Wortel

31 - 44 Boundaries and intersections: a reflection on barriers and gateways to learning in the workplace
Margaret Malloch

45 - 60 In search of design guidelines for the improvement of the effectiveness of work-related learning arrangements
Josephine Lappia; Jan Streumer

61 - 76 Learning in-between, across and beyond workplace boundaries
Mary C. Johnsson; David Boud; Nicky Solomon

77 - 91 All by myself. Research into employees' informal learning experiences
Marcel Van Der Klink; Jo Boon; Kathleen Schlusmans

92 - 107 When workplace learning fails: individual and organisational limitations exemplarily demonstrated by the issue of responsibility in work life
Christian Harteis

108 - 118 Workplace learning: panacea or challenge? Epilogue of a special issue on boundaries of workplace learning
Jeroen H.A.M. Onstenk

119 - 139 The impact of culture on corporate training design: a review of the current state of knowledge
Abderrahman Hassi

140 - 157 Employee retention: exploring the relationship between employee commitment, organisational citizenship behaviour and the decision to leave the organisation
Pascal Paillé
 

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