Leerwegcreatie in arbeidsorganisaties

Theorie en onderzoek over de samenhang tussen werk en leerwegen in het primaire proces van organisaties

Translated title of the contribution: Learning program creation in work organizations : Theory and research into the relationships between work and learning programs in the primary process of organizations

Rob Poell, F.J. van der Krogt

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Abstract

The article deals with the organization of learning programs of employees in relation to the work that is performed. Its aim is to gather empirical evidence for
an actor network model, which is presented as an analytical framework for learning-program creation in the work context.This process is understood as combining various types of learning situations into a coherent set of learning activities by a network of actors. After an outline of the actor network model, the
empirical basis for five of its core assumptions is investigated: 1) learning programs in different work contexts; 2) views and interests of actors; 3) social interactions among actors; 4) learning programs as combinations of learning situations; and 5) the typological approach. Finally, conclusions are drawn
about the empirical basis of the actor network model and about promising directions for further research.
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)37-52
JournalPedagogische Studiën
Volume79
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2002
Externally publishedYes

Fingerprint

organization research
organization theory
learning situation
learning
employee
organization
interaction
evidence

Cite this

@article{ba1cca246d2c4e66b9c67ee79f243c59,
title = "Leerwegcreatie in arbeidsorganisaties: Theorie en onderzoek over de samenhang tussen werk en leerwegen in het primaire proces van organisaties",
abstract = "The article deals with the organization of learning programs of employees in relation to the work that is performed. Its aim is to gather empirical evidence foran actor network model, which is presented as an analytical framework for learning-program creation in the work context.This process is understood as combining various types of learning situations into a coherent set of learning activities by a network of actors. After an outline of the actor network model, theempirical basis for five of its core assumptions is investigated: 1) learning programs in different work contexts; 2) views and interests of actors; 3) social interactions among actors; 4) learning programs as combinations of learning situations; and 5) the typological approach. Finally, conclusions are drawnabout the empirical basis of the actor network model and about promising directions for further research.",
author = "Rob Poell and {van der Krogt}, F.J.",
year = "2002",
language = "Dutch",
volume = "79",
pages = "37--52",
journal = "Pedagogische Studi{\"e}n",
issn = "0165-0645",
publisher = "Vereniging voor Onderwijs Research (VOR)",
number = "1",

}

Leerwegcreatie in arbeidsorganisaties : Theorie en onderzoek over de samenhang tussen werk en leerwegen in het primaire proces van organisaties. / Poell, Rob; van der Krogt, F.J.

In: Pedagogische Studiën, Vol. 79, No. 1, 2002, p. 37-52.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

TY - JOUR

T1 - Leerwegcreatie in arbeidsorganisaties

T2 - Theorie en onderzoek over de samenhang tussen werk en leerwegen in het primaire proces van organisaties

AU - Poell, Rob

AU - van der Krogt, F.J.

PY - 2002

Y1 - 2002

N2 - The article deals with the organization of learning programs of employees in relation to the work that is performed. Its aim is to gather empirical evidence foran actor network model, which is presented as an analytical framework for learning-program creation in the work context.This process is understood as combining various types of learning situations into a coherent set of learning activities by a network of actors. After an outline of the actor network model, theempirical basis for five of its core assumptions is investigated: 1) learning programs in different work contexts; 2) views and interests of actors; 3) social interactions among actors; 4) learning programs as combinations of learning situations; and 5) the typological approach. Finally, conclusions are drawnabout the empirical basis of the actor network model and about promising directions for further research.

AB - The article deals with the organization of learning programs of employees in relation to the work that is performed. Its aim is to gather empirical evidence foran actor network model, which is presented as an analytical framework for learning-program creation in the work context.This process is understood as combining various types of learning situations into a coherent set of learning activities by a network of actors. After an outline of the actor network model, theempirical basis for five of its core assumptions is investigated: 1) learning programs in different work contexts; 2) views and interests of actors; 3) social interactions among actors; 4) learning programs as combinations of learning situations; and 5) the typological approach. Finally, conclusions are drawnabout the empirical basis of the actor network model and about promising directions for further research.

M3 - Article

VL - 79

SP - 37

EP - 52

JO - Pedagogische Studiën

JF - Pedagogische Studiën

SN - 0165-0645

IS - 1

ER -