People and Learning in Organisations LO26665

Date: 05/10/01

I am a student enrolled in the Learning Organisation paper at the
University of Waikato, New Zealand. ( and the course
code is 0342511B) As part of our paper each student conducts an
individual assignment on some aspect within the parameters of the paper.

My proposed topic is outlined in the subject heading above. My question
is this - of all the research and documentation out there regarding LOs, I
have found none that focuses on the people involved, but merely looks at
learning in an organisational context. For me at least, there wouldn't be
learning without people. Are you able to shed light on why the "people"
side of things is low or are you able to direct me towards resources which
can perhaps answer that question.

If anyone has any ideas at all they would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,
Elliot Smith

[Host's Note: Welcome, Elliot! ..Rick]



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