Vpliv kulture na prenos znanja v Burkini Faso in Gani

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  • Corinne Brion Univerza v Daytonu, Fakulteta za pedagogiko in zdravstvene vede, Združene države

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/as/9990

Ključne besede:

šest dimenzij nacionalne kulture, usposabljanje, prenos znanja, strokovno izpopolnjevanje, strokovno učenje

Povzetek

Kultura je prevladujoča sila v življenju ljudi, ki vpliva na učenje in tako na prenos znanja. Ker je delo v mednarodnem okolju postalo ustaljena norma in se po svetu vsako leto milijarde dolarjev porabijo za strokovno učenje, je ključnega pomena, da organizacije razumejo vlogo kulture pri prenosu znanja. V članku je predstavljena kvalitativna študija, ki znotraj pojmovnega okvira večdimenzionalnega modela prenosa znanja in modela šestih dimenzij nacionalne kulture v obliki študije primera raziskuje vpliv kulture na prenos znanja v Burkini Faso in Gani v Zahodni Afriki. Opravljeni so bili intervjuji z 20 ravnatelji, ki so se udeležili vodstvenega strokovnega izpopolnjevanja v Gani in Burkini Faso, zbiranje podatkov pa je vključevalo tudi opazovanje in analizo dokumentov. Rezultati so pokazali, da pri teh dveh narodih na prenos znanja vpliva več kulturnih dejavnikov, in sicer v začetni in naknadni fazi. Na podlagi rezultatov so bila pripravljena tudi priporočila.

Prenosi

Podatki o prenosih še niso na voljo.

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27.07.2021

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Brion, C. (2021). Vpliv kulture na prenos znanja v Burkini Faso in Gani. Andragoška Spoznanja, 1–21. https://doi.org/10.4312/as/9990

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