Replying to LO26243 --
To me, the notion of "orthodoxy" is the death knoll of your efforts, and
the reason for your discomfort. In my organization, it is the questioning
of the new which precipates the change in the orthodox, creating a new
orthodoxy, which in turn.....
If the questions of new members frighten or annoy the orthodox, then the
organization is not practicing advocacy and inquiry, is not using the
double-loop to question and refine the group's learning. Orthodox, or
Catholic, or Supreme, Universal ideas can only survive unchanged in a
command and control enviroment which denies the learning of the individual
into the culture.
"Zavacki, John" <John.Zavacki@auto.ittind.com>
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