Resource Summary

From the introduction:

Learning at Work explores the complexities of how individuals and groups act with what they know. The contemporary popularity of topics such as "Knowledge management," "Learning Organizations," and "Intellectual capital" reflect the importance of knowledge and the difficulty of putting it to use. Based on a four-year investigation conducted by researchers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, this book shares frameworks and cases of how managers in an organization improved their learning at work in key areas such as leadership, communication, and creating a culture of inquiry. ISBN: 978-0972570510