Persistent Change Protects Your Job — 3-Star learning experiences

Mirjam Neelen & Paul A. Kirschner We often hear that working in organisations that continually change their work practices to be more productive and competitive requires us as employees to be flexible and adjust to those changes. One of the main motors behind these changes is innovation (e.g., technology). This means that in particular those […]

Persistent Change Protects Your Job — 3-Star learning experiences

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