Learning in uncertainty – how finance professionals learn?

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Rebecca Ferguson
15 May 2017

Vasudha Chaudhari

Earlier research shows that formal training is not sufficient to help professionals find solutions to unknown problems (Eraut, 2004). The ability to navigate through uncertain times and self-regulate their work practices to ensure professional development is a key competency for finance industry practitioners. This study focuses on understanding the types of uncertainties faced by finance professionals and how uncertainty triggers learning and professional development.

References:
Eraut, M. (2004). Informal learning in the workplace. Development and Learning in Organisations, 26(2), 26–28. http://doi.org/10.1080/158037042000225245

 

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