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Do textbooks still have a place in e-learning environments?

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Keywords: learning, organisational learning, learning and development, e-learning, textbooks Over the last 10 to 20 years, like many areas of work and life, learning has gone through a monumental transformation due to the rapid development of technology. Given the omnipresence of mobile technology and ICT, an interesting question arises about the value and functionality of […]

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Predicting knowledge sharing in organisations

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Keywords: knowledge sharing, knowledge management, learning, organisational learning, beliefs, organisational support, training One of the primary concerns within any organisation is, and should be, getting greater levels of knowledge sharing across the organisation. Knowledge sharing is at the heart of organisational learning, knowledge management and retention and is a key component of any organisation’s competitive […]

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Using Fab Labs for strategic knowledge management

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Keywords: Fab Labs, knowledge management, strategic knowledge management, digital knowledge management The central importance of knowledge within organisations is now widely recognised as being a critical success factor. Many studies have shown that strategic information and knowledge are both social, operational and strategic tools which, used correctly, can ensure an organisation’s competitive advantage, survival and success. […]

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Can Action Learning be used to improve knowledge, skills and confidence in communications?

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Keywords: knowledge transfer, knowledge, Action Learning, coaching, behaviour change, organisational learning, skills development, confidence, communities of practice Effective communications is an essential skill in any context. The development of high levels of communication skills is a critical development need in most organisations. Sadly, the connection between knowledge/expertise and communication capability often appears to be in […]

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How to deal with disruption through knowledge management

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Keywords: knowledge management, knowledge sharing, business disruption, disruptive technologies, change, organisational change, disruptive change, agile At the current pace of change, one of the most frequent disruptive elements within most businesses is technological. As new technologies, software, and factors like artificial intelligence continue to develop rapidly, business disruptions are occurring daily across the globe. Some […]

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Interactive learning performance through collaboration and personal response systems

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Keywords: learning, active learning, active collaborative learning, learning Personal response systems are being increasingly used in classrooms and in virtual class situations. Modern personal response systems allow students in large groups to interact individually, respond to questions, see each others’ answers, hold opinion polls, share ideas, collaborate in dispersed groups in the class and a […]

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