Victoria J Marsick
- B.A., Notre Dame University
- M.I.P.A., Maxwell School
- Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
Informal workplace learning; team learning; action learning; strategic organizational learning and knowledge management.Learning organizations. International models of management.
- Informal and Incidental Learning in the Workplace (Routledge).
- Sculpting the Learning Organization(Jossey-Bass).
- Team Learning Survey (Organization Design and Development).
- Facilitating Learning Organizations: Making Learning Count (Gower).
- "Informal Learning on the Job" (Advances in Developing Human Resources, Berrett Koehler)
ORLD 8900: Dissertation Advisement in Adult Education
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Centers and Projects
The J.M. Huber Institute for Learning in Organizations was established in 1999 to advance the state of knowledge and practice for learning and change in organizations. The Institute's research focuses on ways in which strategic organizational learning and knowledge creation and sharing enhance performance and change.
Working through partnerships with diverse organizations -- including business, schools, government and not-for-profit agencies -- the Institute conducts organizational assessments and action research. Its tools enable organizations to get faster results and better decisions by leveraging learning to improve performance.
The Institute and its partners work together to create and share knowledge and practical solutions. The Institute is located at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City. The Huber Institute was created through a grant from the J.M. Huber Corporation. J.M. Huber Corporation, headquartered in Edison, New Jersey, is a diversified multinational supplier of engineered materials, natural resources, and technology-based service solutions, with annual sales exceeding $1 billion.
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