A learning network as a development method – an example of small enterprises and a university working together

Joakim Tell, Fawzi Halila
  • Journal of Workplace Learning, February 2001, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/13665620110364736

A learning network as a development method

What is it about?

Describes how the network concept could be used as a development method and to overcome some of the barriers for small‐ and medium‐sized enterprises (SMEs) to initiate and work with sustainable development questions.

Why is it important?

The result from this study indicates that a university‐driven learning network makes a difference in the development work of SMEs – as a source for inspiration, in initiating and working with development projects, for reflection, and as a sounding board, and through its effectiveness in acting as a large organisation.

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