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Volume 35, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0921-5077
  • E-ISSN: 1875-7235

Abstract

Samenvatting

Learning communities worden steeds populairder om de ontwikkeling van kennis en vaardigheden op het werk te bevorderen. Learning communities zijn leer-werkgemeenschappen waarin werknemers en experts van verschillende organisaties samenkomen om van én met elkaar te leren en te innoveren. Ondanks positieve geluiden vanuit de praktijk is het wetenschappelijk onderzoek naar learning communities schaars en ontbreken studies die de onderliggende mechanismen met betrekking tot leren en kennisbenutting in learning communities verkennen. Dat is een gemis, omdat kennis over de fundamentele werking van learning communities nuttige inzichten kan opleveren over hoe leren in learning communities geoptimaliseerd kan worden. In dit artikel stellen wij dat onderzoek naar de werkende mechanismen van zowel het leren in learning communities als de benutting van kennis in organisaties, rekening moet houden met de unieke kenmerken van learning communities, zoals het inter-organisationele karakter. Daarnaast bespreken we richtingen voor toekomstig onderzoek om de werking van learning communities te doorgronden en learning communities effectiever vorm te geven om bij te dragen aan een leven lang ontwikkelen. Dit artikel vormt daarmee een goede basis om wetenschappelijk onderzoek naar learning communities verder te brengen.

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