How to Transfer Learning Into Action

Manso, Valerie
November 2007
LabTalk;Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 35 Issue 158, p30
Trade Publication
The article offers ideas on how to ensure proper transfer of learning in the field of optical industry. It emphasizes the need to nurture motivation in order to put lessons learned into action. It explains the concept of accountability in optical laboratory management. It also details the steps that can be taken to ensure the implementation of lessons learned.


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