Creating Learning Environments LO30659

From: Edward W. Rogosky (
Date: 10/06/03

Replying to LO30658 --

Terry and Bill and others who may read this,

Thanks for the feedback! I am grateful that others have thought about
this also. I have just ordered "The Sparrow" and will read it with
fascination. I certainly agree with you, Terry, that the current system
does leave us in a catch-22 situation.

I think that it is a matter of comparison with the current system. For
example, it would make sense to me to allow for a little "kentucky
windage", some method of movement which would allow for a transition into
a full LO situation. Terry, you are correct when you suggest that to do
otherwise is merely spinning our wheels or doing nothing. So, I am
grateful to you, Bill Harris, for the presentation of the ideas of Chris
Argyris and the development of Action Science. It strikes me as the best
possilbe way to strike a happy medium, (something as elusive as the Holy

Thanks again,

Rev. Edward W. Rogosky


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