History of Learning Organization LO25917

From: arthur battram (apb@cityplex.demon.co.uk)
Date: 01/17/01

Replying to LO25889 --

Burt Perrin said:

> Thank you, Peggy, for your Chronology of Learning Organization Concepts.
> This is exactly the type of information I hope to see discussed on this
> List, which alas seems to be happening far too infrequently.

To quote the Team Learning Lab:
'You get what you give."

Any learning that we get from a list like this is dependent on the
contributions of others. I've been a member, off and on for a few years
now.. I used to post a lot, these days I mostly lurk and enjoy.

I think you'll find that if you post a nicely and intriguingly worded
request for specific information, you'll get lots of interesting replies
from other members, especially as you've just made a contribution with
your paper: www..mande.co.uk/documents/perrin.htm

So why sit just hoping, when you can just ask?

Best wishes


arthur battram <apb@cityplex.demon.co.uk>

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