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Learning “Really Useful Knowledge:” Front-line Supervisors and Learning in Three Steel Mills

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Employing cultural historical activity theory (CHAT) this paper investigated of how informal learning is experienced by front line supervisors as they negotiate their role between two competing agendas.

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Learning “Really Useful Knowledge:” Front-line Supervisors and Learning in Three Steel Mills

Employing cultural historical activity theory (CHAT) this paper investigated of how informal learning is experienced by front line supervisors as they negotiate their role between two competing agendas.