Integrating working and enrichment approach learning: a document

Mulholland, Paul; Zdrahal, Zdenek; Domingue, John and Hatala, Marek (2000). Integrating working and enrichment approach learning: a document. Behaviour & Information Technology, 19(3) pp. 171–180.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/014492900406164

Abstract

Integrating working and learning is seen as a desirable alternative to traditional training regimes. An integrated approach to working and learning is more gradual, contextual, problem oriented and cost effective. Knowledge technology aims to catalyze workplace learning, but requires the right organisational culture and brings additional costs regarding the articulation, representation and transmission of knowledge. Our approach reduces these costs by making articulation a natural part of collaborative working, designing for both informal and formal knowledge, and facilitating the transition of socially situated knowledge through enriched documents. To be successful, our approach has certain prequesites concerning organisational culture, and the nature of shared documents, organisational knowledge and work activities.

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