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Sharing Good for LOHAS: A Learning Process of EMBA in NTNU
Lifelong learning has been a habit of modern people and a necessity to get along with the use of technology. Therefore, on-the-job training channels had become more diverse. The purpose of this study was to understand the effects of the EMBA courses and teachers' professional knowledge howto lead EMBA students' professional growth. This research is conducted through the spiral process of action study which included courses interviewing, observations, assessments, photos, etc. In the course of action study, participants and their communities will be able to get practical suggestions. Data collection included observations, interviews, researcher logs, and activity records. The results of the study found that the review of the learning process of the graduates of the in-service special class of LOHAS senior managers, the students' pulse of LOHAS industry, the demand and development trend of the Taiwan health market, the follow-up and promotion of active aging concepts, platform technology and artificial intelligence Implemented in corporate management and business strategy, research methods and practical research spirit, all have specific concepts and learning effectiveness; after this learning, the exploration and driving of the second curve of individuals and companies have taken shape, and the concept of health will be implemented to employees in the company Welfare, organizational mission and vision, or even personal efforts to gradually influence the promotion of families, community neighborhoods, business organizations, and even the online community, will contribute to the improvement of national health capabilities and the strengthening of physical fitness. Finally, the study also suggested practical applications and future research recommendations.
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