LO list as practise field? LO12126

Richard K. Berger (rkberger@rkb.com)
Wed, 22 Jan 1997 12:49:04 -0500

Replying to LO12085 --

Malcolm Burson wrote:

> For example, the discussion on length of posting should, to my way of
> thinking, lead us to reflect on the differences in learning styles that we
> each bring to the list, and then begin to ask questions about how
> organizational learning strategies might account for, and honor, these
> differences.


> Similarly, in the "Disappointment--no soul?" discussion, I would welcome
> the opportunity to learn from you what the implications for organizational
> behavior are, based on our common experience here. Might we generalize or
> build a model that explores what happens in organizations when heart/soul
> "breaks loose" or goes underground? Instead, we seem mostly to be
> particularizing our own experience and making assertions about it.

I agree with Malcolm. We should, perhaps, be building a learning
organization here -- for all of us. How do we do this? And, isn't this
question the meaning of the list?

-- rkb (Ricky)

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