learning by doing



  • noun a situation in which workers learn new skills from their work, and so increase productivity

Health Economics

  • (written as Learning By Doing)
    This is the effect of repetition in tasks on productivity. The originator was (as so often) Arrow (1962).

Human Resources

  • noun the gaining of knowledge or skills through direct experience of carrying out tasks, usually under supervision and as part of a training or induction process