Replying to LO28382 --
Dear Judy and fellow OrgLearners,
Firstly may I assume that your response belongs to LO28370 which I
responded to already. However, for Nath and others, you may wish to go the
The Human Resource Development Council (I believe it is sponsored by the
US Federal Government) site at: http://www.humtech.com
click on the shoes (it is an interesting home page)
then go down to OPM and click on "getting results through learning"
This will bring you to http://www.humtech.com/opm/grtl/index.htm
As this is a US Federal Govt site, please be mindful of copyright laws.
I hope this may help to solve part of Nath's puzzle as well as help any
other Org Learner who is researching organizational learning in US
[Host's Note: Thanks, Glebe. This site was created by the US government
Office of Personnel Management and some colleagues of mine, but I was not
aware of it until seeing Glebe's note. The site offers introductory
material about learning organizations (the overview page opens by quoting
me and links to LO!). I believe this material is freely usable by anyone,
unless there are copyright notices further down which I have not seen.
Look in the "Resources" section for a couple of interesting publications.
Kind regards and may the Knowledge Force be you.
Judy Tal wrote:
> You can find IT and All in ...
> Public Dialog on Learning Organizations -- http://www.learning-org.com
Glebe Stcherbina <email@example.com>
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