Investigating Learning Cultures and Practices that Foster Experiential, Collaborative and Self-Directed Learning

The fundamental purpose of this research is to identify and understand ways in which workplaces can become “schools”, and facilitate meaningful learning for their employees. The intern will describe the main characteristics of an organizational learning culture that fosters experiential, self-directed and collaborative learning, document organizational practices that support such a learning culture and collect stories from organizations who have successfully developed such a culture. e180 will benefit from this research by gaining a deeper understanding of how people learn at work, and how technology can support these efforts. They will also gain insight to inform the writing of their book, Meet Human Greatness.

Intern: 
Émanuèle Lapierre-Fortin
Superviseur universitaire: 
Rosemary Reilly
Project Year: 
2017
Province: 
Quebec
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