Learning in the Workplace: Strategies for Effective Practice
The workplace is now seen as an important learning environment, and businesses and government units are encouraged to become Learning Organisations. How does learning actually occur in the workplace? Billett analyses the strengths and limitations of on-the-job learning. A valuable reference for HR practitioners.
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