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F3.6 Friday’s Favourite Finds

November 16, 2012
This week, I am reflecting on what it takes to become a real learning organization, with foundations that include knowledge and information management, communications, competency development and well-designed, well-maintained platforms for sharing.  Among my messy notes are these gems from Harold Jarche:
 
“In my experience, these three indicators would suggest a true learning organization:
  1. People at all levels are narrating their work in a transparent environment
  2. The daily routine supports social learning
  3. Time is made available for reflection and sharing stories”
Do I work in a learning organization?  Do you?
 

“Work for change or change your work” – Stephen Clarke

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