​Global Workplace Learning & Development Publication



We are no longer accepting proposals for the Global Workplace Learning Handbook.



We are pleased to announce that we are currently accepting chapter proposals for a new, Global Handbook for Workplace Learning and Development. This handbook, which will be published globally by Wiley Publishing, will provide a comprehensive resource on the intricacies of global workplace learning for practitioners and emerging scholars. It will include detailed information on global workplace learning including foundational information, theoretical frameworks, current and emerging trends, technological updates, implementation strategies, and research methodologies.

The process of submission to publication is approximately one year with notifications of acceptance as soon as they are reviewed.  If you are interested in submitting to this book, please see our Chapter Proposal Guidelines above. Please share this page with your colleagues, and contemporaries in your network with expertise in the field of workplace learning and development.    

Established and emerging scholars, practitioners, and policymakers are encouraged to assist in addressing the development and improvement in global workplace education with diverse perspectives. We welcome submissions that engage with one or more of the main objectives we plan to address:

  • Provide an accurate overview of global workplace learning topics.
  • Represent important research and development trends.
  • Explore current theoretical frameworks influencing the design of workplace learning.
  • Discuss the socio-psychological aspects of professional development design.
  • Present an overview of the major research paradigms dominating the field.
  • Demonstrate innovative techniques to increase employee learning.
  • Present new and emerging research to expand employee learning and achievement.
  • Discover new ways to use technology to facilitate global workplace learning.
  • Provide design implementation and measurement guidelines for internal training in professional development.
  • Explore areas of need for future research in the field. 




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