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Wai Ming To; Vincent W. S. Leung – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2024
Purpose: This study aims to explore the relationships between employees' training orientation, organizational support for training and employees' training satisfaction. It also investigates the mediating role of perceived value of training in the relationships. Design/methodology/approach: Based on a literature review on training, the study…
Descriptors: Training, Employees, Employers, Job Training
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Pimsiri Aroonsri; Oliver Stephen Crocco – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to understand the scope and nature of information sharing as a form of workplace learning among gig workers. Design/methodology/approach: Data were collected from public social media communities of gig workers in Thailand. In total, 338 posts and 3,022 comments on the posts were analyzed (data corpus N =…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Media, Workplace Learning, Temporary Employment
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Tabea Augner; Carsten C. Schermuly; Franziska Jungmann – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2024
Purpose: Today's unpredictable and fast-changing work environment challenges researchers and organizations to rethink learning. In contrast to traditional learning designs, new learning frameworks such as agile learning are more learner centered, integrated into the workplace and socially shaped. The purpose of this study is to examine Working Out…
Descriptors: Learning Processes, Learning Strategies, Workplace Learning, Personal Autonomy
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Sidsel Lond Grosen; Kasper Edwards – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2024
Purpose: The aim of this paper is to explore how the involvement of workplace teams in experimenting with changes in their work practices through short, time-boxed, experiments (STBEs) can support organizational learning. It is explored how staffs' experiences with experimental practices give rise to shared knowledge and how this is supported by…
Descriptors: Organizational Learning, Experiments, Corporations, Foreign Countries
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Preeti Goel; Animesh Singh – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2024
Purpose: This paper aims to examine whether happiness at workplace (HAW) impacts organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB) and whether this impact can be further improved by promoting learning capabilities in organisations, thus investigating the mediating role of organisational learning capabilities (OLC). Design/methodology/approach: This study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Employees, Work Attitudes, Psychological Patterns
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Paul Lyons – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this paper, intended primarily for practitioners, is to demonstrate how features of psychological capital (PsyCap) may be combined with manager efforts to collaborate with an employee on an action learning project. In reciprocal action learning, manager and employee create a partnership to learn, achieve work-focused goals…
Descriptors: Employees, Cooperation, Administrators, Supervisor Supervisee Relationship
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Ermiyas Tsehay Birhanu; Mulugeta Awayehu Gugssa – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the driving factors for staff cohesiveness in the workplace and how they are related to workplace learning and development opportunities. Two research questions guided the inquiry: (1) What are the driving factors for staff cohesiveness in the workplace? and (2) How does staff cohesiveness…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Workplace Learning, College Faculty, Collegiality
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Islam, Talat; Munir, Saba – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2023
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of strategic entrepreneurship on explorative and exploitative innovation in the presence of strategic learning capabilities. This study has also explored the moderating role of structural organicity between strategic entrepreneurship and strategic learning capabilities.…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Entrepreneurship, Foreign Countries
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Lee, Wei Ching; Tan, Bernard Cheng Yian – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2023
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to scrutinise individual learning strategies in their workplace when they were experiencing digital innovation. Moreover, the respective enablers and challenges of each category of strategies were explored to conceptualise supporting features needed in the digital learning environment.…
Descriptors: Workplace Learning, Learning Strategies, Electronic Learning, Innovation
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Offstein, Evan; Kentrus, Ryan; Dufresne, Ron; Wassell, Stacy – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2023
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to better understand the "black box" of how coaching is enacted and how it unfolds in practice. Indeed, some of the mixed results concerning the efficacy of executive coaching appear anchored to the confusion and surrounding ambiguity of the episodic and processual nature of coaching. In this…
Descriptors: Management Development, Coaching (Performance), Teacher Role, Role Perception
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Lu, Chunyan; Minneyfield, Aarren; Jia, Min; Lu, Jun; Zheng, Yan; Huo, Jingying; Wang, Ningyi; Wu, Yihua; Brantley, Jennifer – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2023
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore more agile and effective learning processes that help identify potentially high-performing staff during workplace training. Design/methodology/approach: To test the efficacy of the learning-oriented assessment (LOA) process in workplace training, a pharmaceutical sales organization implemented an…
Descriptors: Workplace Learning, Job Training, Learning Processes, Artificial Intelligence
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Lyons, Paul; Bandura, Randall – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2023
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is the presentation of a learning model for a manager and employee working collaboratively to make advances in knowledge, skills, work performance and in the quality of their relationship. The model is called reciprocal action learning. Design/methodology/approach: The approach was to examine concepts and…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Employer Employee Relationship, Workplace Learning, Experiential Learning
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Ikeda, Megumi – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2023
Purpose: In recent years, scholars have questioned the linear relationship between challenge stressors and positive outcomes. Nevertheless, few studies have examined whether challenge stressors and workplace learning outcomes have an inverse U-shaped relationship. Therefore, this study aims to determine whether challenge stressors have an inverse…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Stress Variables, Workplace Learning, Outcomes of Education
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Lantu, Donald Crestofel; Labdhagati, Haifa; Dewanto, Irwan – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2023
Purpose: The use of e-learning in the workplace is increasing. This increase was mainly because of technological advancement within corporations, but the COVID-19 pandemic has further reinforced this trend. User acceptance is central to e-learning's success; hence, this study aims to investigate workplace e-learning acceptance in Indonesia.…
Descriptors: Workplace Learning, Electronic Learning, Adoption (Ideas), Technology Uses in Education
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Panteli, Niki; Nurse, Jason R. C.; Collins, Emily; Williams, Nikki – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2023
Purpose: The paper posits that the enforced work from home (WFH) arrangement due to COVID-19 provides a unique setting for the study of trust in changing contexts. The purpose of this study, therefore, is to examine to what extent COVID-19 WFH changed trust relationships among remote employees, their managers and organisations and how this has…
Descriptors: Employees, Administrators, Employer Employee Relationship, Trust (Psychology)
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