Marsick, Victoria J. (vjm5)

Victoria J Marsick

Professor of Education/Co-Director J.M. Huber Institute
Program Director of Adult Learning

Office Location:

207 Zankel

Office Hours:

Mondays 4-7 pm, Tuesday 3-5 pm, Wednesday 7:30 - 9 pm

Educational Background

  • B.A., Notre Dame University
  • M.I.P.A., Maxwell School
  • Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley

Scholarly Interests

Informal workplace learning; team learning; action learning; strategic organizational learning and knowledge management.Learning organizations. International models of management.

Selected Publications

  • 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)

Spring Office Hours: By Appointment Only

Fall Office Hours: Monday 5-7 PM, Tuesday 3-5 PM, or by appointment


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