Replying to LO29134 --
At writes in LO29134:
> I know of a certain department in a certain university here in South
> Africa which functions as a LO. I have observed it myself and saw all five
> disciplines of a LO clearly in action. But the important thing to note
> here is that they do not know anything of Senge's work. In other words,
> they are what i call a "tacit LO".
> I also know of several other departments in that same university which are
> light years away from functioning as a LO. The important thing to note
> here is that a part of an organisation can function as a LO while the rest
> do not.
I'd be interested in your observations on the different effects of being
or not being a LO in these cases. For example, what differences, if any,
do you see in their becoming? In their wholeness? In their spareness?
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