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Collaboration: is it working or are we falling to the lowest common denominator?

You often hear it in the workplace; the drive to encourage collaboration between teams as a method of being more effective. As our work environments become ever more complex and global; finding mechanisms for colleagues to be aware of and engage with each other becomes critical for business. 854 more words


System Thinking in the Organization: Tracing Flows of Power, Information and Influence

As we’ve covered here and elsewhere, the mental models we hold of the organization help to shape our thinking, if not our behaviors. Models are deeply woven with the culture of our workplace, not to mention the personal mindset we bring to work. 522 more words


EDEV_503 Week 8_7

Thanks for replying to my question. I feel, however, that there are more new questions than answers to be drawn from that. You mention that a major task for UNAB is the creation and implementation of a quality assurance system that is forward-looking and can prepare for the contingencies of future accreditations. 426 more words


Peter Senge: The Fifth Discipline

How do organisations navigate changes in their environmental conditions to adapt as the world around them evolves? Through becoming a learning organisation…

Amazon say;

Peter Senge, founder and director of the Society for Organisational Learning and senior lecturer at MIT, has found the means of creating a ‘learning organisation’.

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