all to our symposium on HRD in Europe. This is the highlight (I hope!)
of our one-year accompanying measure supported by the Fifth Framework Programme
and carried out in collaboration with a network of more than 200 experts
in European HRD, the EHRD Network. Important to note: we agreed on a broad
concept of HRD (link to outline), also extending into VET (vocational education
and training), and we focused on the European perspective of HRD (link
we want to discuss a few selected issues of the European perspective. These
are the following:
can see we have got a panel of leading experts for discussing these issues.
Would you please introduce yourselves briefly (names below linked to who'who):
of 'flexible worker' challenging 'professional identity';
work and learning in organisations, including the shift from skill building
to performance improvement and competence development;
sharing as both managerial and participatory approach.
Boreham, Martin Fischer, Graham
Guest, Gerald Heidegger, Mike
Kelleher, Leif Lahn, Martin
Mulder, Barry Nyhan, Jim
Stewart, Jonathan Winterton.
Kelleher and Martin Mulder will moderate the debate, Jim Stewart will have
the final word, and I shall prepare the review of debate – the floor is