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Enriching Representations of Work to Support Organisational Learning

The ENRICH project will develop tools and methodologies supporting organisational learning addressing three core business needs:

* Supporting individuals and groups to continuously reflect on and improve work practices.

* Supporting distributed groups to share 'best practices' and improve their coordination efforts.

* Promoting the establishment of 'virtual centres of excellence' that serve to identify core competencies and nurture their development by bringing people together (across time and geography) with relevant expertise.

The project is user-driven: three pilot projects within operational areas relevant to the industrial partners will provide the context for all implementation and evaluation activities, ensuring that the tools and methodologies delivered by the project are both useful and usable. The project's results will be exploited through the european-wide ties of all partners in the areas of aerospace, engineering, power generation, and distance education.


EU ESPRIT Proposal for the thematic call "IT in Learning and Training in Industry", project duration 1998/1999.

ID: kmi-98-01

Date: 1998

Author(s): Tamara Sumner, John Domingue and Zdenek Zdrahal

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