Learn how to learn! Knowledge society, education and training
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pp. 352,      1a edizione  2010   (Codice editore 1529.2.107)

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In breve
To be successful, people need to be able to master skills quickly in a new field. In brief: to learn how to learn. The learning process is much more important than the content learned. In the proximate future, managerial work will be characterized by human and intellectual resources development: organizational knowledge creation, competences and abilities management and development in order to spread them inside/outside organizations and transform them into products, services and operative systems.
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To be successful, people need to be able to master skills quickly in a new field. In brief: to learn how to learn. The learning process is much more important than the content learned. The buzzwords of the times are complex problems' setting and solving, creativity and innovation, social skills and interpersonal communication, cross-cultural intelligence, flexibility - in terms of place, time and type of work.
Globalization, great migrations, international markets opening are some of the elements characterizing the societies in which we are living and that the training systems must square with. It's not possible to continue to offer knowledge in the traditional way anymore, and if the formative institutions (school and university first of all) will not adjust their methods of knowledge transmission, they will run the risk of being emarginated by the new infrastructures of knowledge production.
When it comes to companies and organizations, only in the last few years have the majority of executives started to consider knowledge and competences as strategic resources which should be managed in the same way as they manage economical income and outcome fluxes, personnel or natural resources. In the proximate future, managerial work will be characterized, more than today, by human and intellectual resources development: organizational knowledge creation, competences and abilities management and development in order to spread them inside/outside organizations and transform them into products, services and operative systems.

Barbara Bertagni, based in Paris, Turin and Lugano, is an executive educator, an anthropologist, an epistemologist and a clinical psychologist. Her professional areas are coaching, counseling, mentoring, personal and professional development, cross-cultural intelligence and practical philosophy. Founder and managing partner of LKN-Logos Knowledge Network.
Michele La Rosa, based in Bologna, is a professor of Sociology of work and of Sociology of Economics by the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Bologna. In the same university, he is also the president of the Sociology degree program and of the Occupation, market and ambient master program. He manages CIDOSPEL - The International Center for Documentation and Sociological Studies on Work Issues.
Fernando Salvetti is an executive educator, an anthropologist, a lawyer and an epistemologist based in Paris, Turin and Lugano. He is a founder and managing partner of LKN-Logos Knowledge Network, headquartered between Switzerland and the European Union. His professional areas are people development, cultural anthropology, cross-cultural intelligence and practical philosophy, epistemology and knowledge management.

Indice
Barbara Bertagni, Michele La Rosa, Fernando Salvetti, Learn how to learn! A short introduction
First part - Paradigms and models
Howard Gardner, Education for the new century
Odile Quintin,
Europe 2025: investments in education and training
Fernando Salvetti and Barbara Bertagni,
Education and Europe: how to grasp global and interconnected problems
Philippe Herzog, Educational change: a global challenge
Roberto Panzarani, Intangibles, research and innovation processes
Ulderico Capucci,
Training in the society of knowledge
Claudia Montedoro, Dunia Pepe and Francesca Serra, Training and education today: role and perspectives
Michele La Rosa, Talking about metacompetences concerning training: how and why
Gian Piero Quaglino
, A people-oriented training
Massimo Bruscaglioni,
Empowerment oriented personal microculture
Barbara Bertagni,
Self-empowerment: how to survive your job
Fernando Salvetti, Knowledge "governance" and corporate training in the foreseeable future
Lorenzo Cantoni and Chiara Succi,
Acceptance and failure of e-learning in organizations: a map
Angelo Benozzo and Claudia Piccardo,
The place of training for the development of communities of practice
Second part - Best practices
Gianpiero Petriglieri and Jack Denfeld Wood, Learning for leadership: the "engineering" and "clinical" approaches
Martin J. Eppler and Andreas Schmeil, Learning and knowledge sharing in virtual 3D environments: classification of collaboration patterns in Second Life
Gabriele Gabrielli, Silvia Profili, Roberto Dandi and Mario Losito,
Why knowledge exchange occurs: the role of social networks, homophily and proximity
Emilio Rago,
Quantitative evaluation of management education. From economic and financial ratios to balanced scorecard
Trevor Boutall, Competences without nightmares
Barbara Bertagni, Fernando Salvetti, Personal training: a case study
Barbara Bertagni, Fernando Salvetti,
Philosophy in business
Barbara Bertagni, Fernando Salvetti, Communicating through artistic set-ups: the experience of Colletta di Castelbianco
Barbara Bertagni, Fernando Salvetti
, Pictures, music and movies
Laura Tucci, Form and transformation. Training... true change for people and organizational structures




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