Social læring og fælles praksis: Et mixed method studie, der belyser læringskonsekvenser af et lederkursus for et praksisfællesskab af offentlige mellemledere

Translated title of the contribution: Social Learning and Shared Practice: A Mixed Method Study Showing the Learning Consequences of a Training Course for a Community of Practice of Public Middle Managers

Cecilie K. Moesby-Jensen

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Abstract

Due to the growth of the elderly population in Denmark and, simultaneously, the fact that a large part of Danish health care workers soon face retirement, in addition to the challenge regarding the recruitment and the holding on to employees in the public health care sector in Denmark in the coming years, this sector is confronted with the task of creating and sustaining sought-after workplaces and one way of doing this is by organizing the work in a efficient and attractive way for the employees, for instance in compliance with the idea of teamwork. This entails change, education and learning, and this dissertation investigates, in a case-study, the social learning consequences of a training course for middle managers in the Danish health care system, and thus poses the research question: What are the intended and unintended learning consequences of the training course ”Managing teams”? [Extract]
Translated title of the contribution Social Learning and Shared Practice: A Mixed Method Study Showing the Learning Consequences of a Training Course for a Community of Practice of Public Middle Managers
Original languageDanish
Place of PublicationFrederiksberg
PublisherCopenhagen Business School [Phd]
Number of pages248
ISBN (Print)978875938305
Publication statusPublished - 2010
SeriesPh.d. Serie
Number18.2010
ISSN0906-6934

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