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Team Learning: Looking Beyond Yourself

Team learning builds on the discipline of personal mastery. It’s a process that encompasses aligning and developing the capacity of a team to achieve the goals that its members truly want. 748 more words

Team Leadership

Systems Thinking Tools: The Core Competencies of Organizational Learning

What turns you on? What are people really passionate about? Organizational learning gives you the tools to answer these questions through personal and organizational transformation. When you are able to see the structures that impact the way people think and see, you uncover their passions and discover what drives you. 298 more words

Systems Thinking

As part of my role, I am lucky enough to be involved in a fantastic project funded through the Erasmus program, where staff and students from across Europe get the opportunity to visit other colleges. 600 more words

Compliant Productivity

My experience in industry and in the pharmaceutical industry specifically is that production throughput is often seen as being less important than or in conflict with compliance. 407 more words

Systems Thinking

How to Transform Any Team of Experts into an ‘Expert’ Team (Part 2)

Mirjam Neelen & Paul A. Kirschner

In our previous blog on this topic (Part I), we discussed the existing research on how to help a team of individual experts become an expert team. 739 more words

Learning Professionals

How to Transform Any Team of Experts into an ‘Expert’ Team (Part 1)

Mirjam Neelen & Paul A. Kirschner

The global and technological nature of markets has caused organisations to increasingly struggle with staying competitive. To achieve this, they need to work more effectively, efficiently, and/or innovatively in carrying out ‘complex cognitive work’. 2,035 more words

Learning Professionals

"Provocative Dialogues" and Team #Learning

I was really struck today by an HBR article by Todd Warner (Corporate Learning Programs Need to Consider Context, Not Just Skills) that talks about different approaches to driving organizational learning. 267 more words