The Development of Expertise in Education and Training Management
Innovations are invaluable assets and potential competitive factors for international organizations. For companies to remain competitive in the long term, innovation ability is a highly significant factor for success. More than ever in international organizations, the need to recognize innovative properties such as organizational resources and employee potential is growing. This paper focuses on the contrasting challenges of knowledge retention and development at the individual level. Employee potential emerges in parts of education and training management as it is coupled with vital human resources. Essential for employees in coping with innovative contexts is the ability to develop expertise through continued active acquisitions of complementary forms of knowledge in context specific settings. The purpose of this paper is to introduce a didactical concept for the development of expertise. In making reference to the tier classification of novice to expert according to Dreyfus, and an education theoretical theory of complementation, procedural recommendations for the arrangement of operational trainings are able to be presented. Empirically, the reasons for this concept will be presented in a case study.
|This chapter was published in: Julia Bressler , , pages 403-412, 2012.|
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