Multiple Modes in Corporate Learning

John Ambrose and Julie Ogilvie, Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 2010 Abstract Recognizing that the shifting corporate environment is placing ever greater stresses on learning organizations, this paper reports how companies are increasingly offering employees a wide choice of learning options beyond conventional classroom training, including online, social learning, and other modalities in “blended” programs.…

Multiple Modes in Corporate Learning

Recognizing that the shifting corporate environment is placing ever greater stresses on learning organizations, this paper reports how companies are increasingly offering employees a wide choice of learning options beyond conventional classroom training, including online, social learning, and other modalities in “blended” programs. Identifying a number of trends—a multi-generational workforce, remote employees, off-shoring and contract…

Formal and informal learning in the workplace: a research review

The economic, social and cultural changes experienced by the labour market within recent year have helped to highlight the central role played by the learning process in individual career development and organizational success. Traditional models of learning both inside and outside of the workplace have become unable to explain the complexity of such a process, weaving between and overlapping…