Learning network theory : its contribution to our understanding of work-based learning projects and learning climate

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Poell, R.F.; Moorsel, M.A.A.H. van;
  • Publisher: Nijmegen : Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
  • Subject: personeelsmanagement | Personeelsopleiding

This paper discusses the relevance of Van der Krogt's learning network theory (1995) for our understanding of the concepts of work-related learning projects and learning climate in organisations. The main assumptions of the learning network theory are presented and tran... View more
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