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Apprentissage informel : gros plan sur l’apprentissage masqué en milieu de travail au Canada

The Conference Board of Canada, 85 pages, August 27, 2018
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L’indice de l’environnement de travail du Conference Board mesure la qualité et l’état de l’environnement de travail des organisations canadiennes et la force de leur culture en matière d’apprentissage informel.

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L’apprentissage informel dans les organisations canadiennes est-il le fruit de lacunes éventuelles dans les programmes d’apprentissage en milieu de travail, ou est-il simplement une stratégie d’apprentissage à la demande essentielle et contemporaine?

Les responsables des ressources humaines et les chefs des opérations des organisations canadiennes pensent que leur organisation est hautement favorable à l’apprentissage informel. Toutefois, les employés ne partagent pas cet avis. Ils sont généralement divisés à propos du niveau de soutien apporté par leurs hauts dirigeants et leurs supérieurs ou superviseurs directs. Les travaux précédents du Conference Board ne permettent pas de brosser un portrait pertinent du soutien à l’apprentissage informel.

Ce rapport sur l’apprentissage informel traite de l’indice de l’environnement de travail élaboré par le Conference Board, qui mesure des éléments représentatifs de la qualité et de l’état de l’environnement de travail des organisations et la force de leur culture en matière d’apprentissage informel.

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RÉSUMÉ

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Chapter 1–Motivation for the Research

  • What Is Informal Learning?
  • Why the Focus on the Impact of Informal Learning?
  • Formal Side of Organizational L&D
  • Informal Side of Organizational Learning
  • About This Report

Chapter 2–A Deeper Dive Into Canadian Workplace Environments

  • What Does It Take to Engage and Enable Employees?
  • The Workplace Environmental Index
  • Demographic Profiles of Organizations by WEI Profiles
  • Availability of Learning Opportunities
  • Satisfaction With Learning Opportunities
  • Who Is Responsible for Workplace Learning?
  • Formal Learning Event Attendance
  • Organizational Support for Self-Directed Learning
  • Time Spent on Informal Learning
  • Dispelling Myths About Informal Learning
  • Learning and Career Development
  • Intention to Leave
  • Methods of Informal Learning
  • Summary

Chapter 3–Profiling Canadian Organizations at Different Levels of Workplace Learning

  • What Differentiates Organizational Learning at Different Levels of the WEI?
  • Scenario 1: Differences in Performance Profiles From Weak to Moderate WEI Organizations
  • Scenario 2: Differences in Performance Profiles From Moderate to Strong WEI Organizations
  • How Important Is the Work Environment?
  • Summary

Chapter 4–Conclusions

Appendix A–Bibliography

Appendix B–Survey Methodology and Respondent Profile

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