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  • Hager, Paul; Johnsson, Mary (Springer, 2012)
    The social and, often, collective character of practice challenges the strong tendency of learning literature to focus exclusively on individuals. The relatively neglected topic of collective learning is the major concern ...
  • Johnsson, Mary (University of Western Sydney, 2006)
    The goal of productive learning is self-evident in most workplaces, yet the process and method depends on contested notions of learning, context and practice. In this paper, I build from MacIntyre s framework of moral ...
  • Johnsson, Mary; Hager, Paul; Athanasou, Jim (OVAL, UTS, 2005)
    Informal learning can be broadly characterised as learning found in everyday opportunities where learners interact with the world around them. It can be distinguished from formal learning where the purpose, structure and ...
  • Johnsson, Mary; Boud, David; Solomon, Nicky (Inderscience Publishers, 2012)
    Challenges conventional theories underpinning HRD that typically focus on the objects of learning - individuals, jobs, training. Discusses two case studies (public utility and winery) of learning across boundaries through, ...
  • Hager, Paul; Johnsson, Mary (Routledge, 2009)
    Describes a qualitative case study of orchestral musicians who experience study and work simultaneously. Compares and contrast their learning experiences in workplace and educational contexts. The article draws some ...
  • Halliday, John; Johnsson, Mary (SAGE Publications, 2009)
    This article examines the meaning of organizational learning (OL) from a MacIntyrian perspective. Key MacIntyrian terms such as practice, institution and relational dependence are explained and related to OL. It is argued ...
  • Halliday, John; Johnsson, Mary (Sage Publications Ltd, 2010)
    This article examines the meaning of organizational learning (OL) from a Maclntyrian perspective. Key Maclntyrian terms such as practice, institution and relational dependence are explained and related to OL. It is argued ...
  • Johnsson, Mary; Hager, Paul (Emerald Group Publishing, 2008)
    This paper aims to examine the nature of learning discovered by recent graduates participating in a symphony orchestra-initiated development program that is designed to nurture them through the transition to becoming ...
  • Johnsson, Mary; Hager, Paul (Division for Lifelong Learning, University of Western Cape, 2007)
    Conceptualises the informal learning of developing musicians at work as an embodied constructed process with others in context, that involves a process of identity formation across multiple roles and selves
  • Johnsson, Mary (Springer, 2012)
    Researchers have conventionally used objective, discrete and linear assumptions of time and space when constructing metaphors such as acquisition, transfer and progression to theorize learning and change. This chapter ...
  • Price, Oriana; Johnsson, Mary (Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, 2009)
    This paper argues for adopting a practice lens to organisational research as a complementary balance to contemporary managerial views of work and workers. It utilises Schatzkian theories of practice and illustrates these ...
  • Johnsson, Mary; Boud, David (Taylor & Francis Inc, 2010)
    The purpose of this paper is to challenge models of workplace learning that seek to isolate or manipulate a limited set of features to increase the probability of learning. Such models typically attribute learning (or its ...
  • Hager, Paul; Johnsson, Mary (Routledge, 2009)
    Qualitative case study of the collective learning of staff working in a corrections centre under conditions of rapid organisational change. Conceptualises the notion of collective competence that is emergent and relationally ...