Learning, organizational

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Basically, it’s simple

  1. can and do share learning experiences on a regular basis,
  2. evaluate their experiences together and purposefully,
  3. use their jointly gained insights for the next learning experience — that is, for their next (learning) success.
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Learning, Made Easy

Could it be related to the fact that we cannot yet believe in learning organizations?

“Hierarchy help!”

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It so happens that, for example,

Because we generally organize ourselves in this way

Human beings, creatures of habit

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But this is not so much because

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To do this, the many relevant events

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“Change or Die”?


  • /1/ E.g. Kanban, Scrum, Design Thinking
  • /2/ Analogous applies in general to experiences we have on the job: Those who meet predetermined goals are rewarded with monetary and/or status gains
  • /3/ So, for example, teacher, student, and class, team member and team, citizen and society, etc.
  • /4/ As a student it might be memorization, as a product manager, it’s to take care of my product line, as a sales representative it’s to take care of my assigned customers, etc.
  • /5/ At least more impermeable and tedious than their agile counterparts.

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Edgar Rodehack

Edgar Rodehack

Teamwork enthusiast. Also loves making music, writing and reading. www.rodehack.de www.trellisterium.de/en