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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Jun 08, 2014 Volume 7, Number 2


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Integrating Corporate Competence with Real Cases into Higher Education Curriculum

    Hong Wu, stfold University College, Faculty of Engineering

    Industrial competence and real business cases can be great attributes to higher education curriculum. For engineering higher education, there is a need for these attributes, not only to enrich the ... More

    pp. 4-9

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  2. Collaborative Learning in the Workplace: Practical Issues and Concerns

    Hyunkyung Lee; Curtis J. Bonk, Indiana University

    This study aims to identify practical issues and concerns about collaborative learning in the workplace. For this purpose, the study examines perceptions of corporate personnel including learning... More

    pp. 10-17

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  3. GEDIFO: A Cross-Organizational Approach to Learning in Communities of Practice

    Christina Merl,; Ulrich Schnbauer, Vienna Chamber of Labor

    In today’s globalized economy, organizations face international competition; the need for technology-driven innovation; inefficiencies due to hierarchical structures; cost-cutting; and frequently a... More

    pp. 18-22

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  4. The Usage of Telecommunication Technologies in the Integration of Universities and Business

    Rustem Sakhapov, Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, Kazan, Russian Federation; Svetlana Absalyamova, Kazan (Volga region) Federal University Kazan, Russian Federation

    Abstract – Nowadays the world economy suffers a global innovation gap, which reveals itself in essential disproportions in innovative development of particular countries. The deep inequality is... More

    pp. 23-25

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  5. Knowing Customers Better: An Experimentation of Twit Marketing in the e-Commerce Industry

    Hamad Al Turki & Ayham Fayyoumi, Al Imam Mohammad ibn Saud Islamic University (IMSIU)

    Internet gives incredible opportunities for companies to learn about their consumers and provides different channels for marketing. website (an e-commerce company established in Saudi... More

    pp. 26-29

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  6. Customized E-Learning for B2B Companies

    Tim Thomasma, Memarden Inc.

    Business-to-Business (B2B) companies have customers that are primarily other corporations. These companies have unique problems in workplace training. They must train their customers and their... More

    pp. 30-31

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  7. The Missing Link: How Lack of Branding Can Drive to Failures in e-Business and e-Commerce Ventures

    Adamantios Koumpis, National University of Ireland, Galway

    In the paper we present first hand and personal experiences from the lack of branding and how much it can influence the failure of a project or a venture. We do so in terms of present a personal... More

    pp. 32-36

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