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Resources for corporate learning strategies

Posted By: George Brown on August 12, 2002
 
The question needs some additional definition as it is not clear whether "corporate" means "business organizations" or "group/communal" (as opposed to individual). I am assuming that training strategies for business organizations is what is meant . . .

Check out:

Michael W. Galbraith (ed) FACILITATING ADULT LEARNING: A TRANSACTIONAL PROCESS (Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Co., 1991)

"Organizational Learning and Transformation" by Lyle Yorks and Victoria Marsick in LEARNING AS TRANSFORMATION; CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON A THEORY IN PROGRESS (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2000.

"Action Learning and Reflection in the Workplace" by Victoria Marsick in FOSTERING CRITICAL REFLECTION IN ADULTHOOD: A GUIDE TO TRANSFORMATIVE AND EMANCIPATORY LEARNING (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1990)

Leonard Nadler is an author whose work may be useful. Nadler is interviewed by Stephen Brookfield in Vol. 2 of an audio cassette series produced by Jossey-Bass (CREATING DYNAMIC ADULT LEARNING EXPERIENCES (1987).

I'd look through Jossey-Bass catalogs for other possibly useful resources.
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