The organizational structure and workplace culture of entire companies, as well as the role and skills demanded of their human resources is quickly evolving, which is one of the primary reasons for establishing this journal.
This interdisciplinary journal aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing, designing and testing elements of advanced corporate learning.
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Vol 7, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Integrating Corporate Competence with Real Cases into Higher Education Curriculum|
|Hong Wu||pp. 4-9|
|Collaborative Learning in the Workplace: Practical Issues and Concerns|
|Hyunkyung Lee, Curtis J. Bonk||pp. 10-17|
|GEDIFO: A Cross-Organizational Approach to Learning in Communities of Practice|
|Christina Merl, Ulrich Schönbauer||pp. 18-22|
|The Usage of Telecommunication Technologies in the Integration of Universities and Business|
|Rustem Lukmanovich Sakhapov, Svetlana Germanovna Absalyamova||pp. 23-25|
|Knowing Customers Better: An Experimentation of Twit Marketing in the e-Commerce Industry|
|Hamad Al Turki, Ayham Fayyoumi||pp. 26-29|
|Customized E-Learning for B2B Companies|
|Tim Thomasma||pp. 30-31|
|The Missing Link: How Lack of Branding Can Drive to Failures in e-Business and e-Commerce Ventures|
|Adamantios Koumpis||pp. 32-36|
|VIII International GUIDE Conference and V Seminar on Education and Communication|
|Call for Papers||p. 37|
International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning. ISSN: 1867-5565