Basic Questions about LO LO28376

From: Jan Lelie (
Date: 05/02/02

Replying to LO28370 --

Hello Nath,

Being stuck and knowing that you're stuck is a good starting point! We're
all moving from one death end road to another way with no exit; that is
the way it is. Help is underway! (They're now backing up from another
blocked lane :-)).

I'd like to say: "RTFM!" However, there is no clear M(anual) to R(ead).
Or: "The Learning Organization is anything the client says it is". Except
that the client also has no clear picture.

The Fifth Discipline and the Fieldbooks make a good starting point. In it
are some very good stories you may want to use. If i were you, i'd take
the control issue as the starting point - in fact, i already did:
"learning in order to control behaviour inhibits learning" (Chr. Argyris).

All the best,

Jan Lelie wrote:

> hi im nathan and im currently studying in university. im wondering if you
> could possibly help me and email me back relevant information i need and
> would find useful to help me with my coursework.


With kind regards - met vriendelijke groeten,

Jan Lelie

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