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Starting from the EC Handbook conditions issued in 2010 (Conditions for successful induction Programs) and from a critical and in-depth reading of the induction governance model in Italy and its quali-quantitative evaluation, this work will attempt to validate or enrich governance principles to be applied to similar implementation contexts. Starting from the governance conditions, recognized as fundamental to an effective induction programme, one of the goals of this work is to understand how the conditions of success have been implemented in the Italian training model and, above all, how they have been characterized with respect to the design of network governance.


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D’Amico, D., Mangione, G. R., & Pettenati, M. C. (2018). Governing a State-wide Induction Program: Characteristics and Success Conditions of the Italian Model. Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society, 14(2).