Creating LO from scratch LO13544

Ian Saunders (
Thu, 8 May 97 09:17 BST-1

Replying to LO13466 --


What a wonderful position to be in.

Doing an organisational assessment, as recommended elsewhere, would be

Something that I would try and do is to talk, relatively formally, to as
many people as possible. What do they think of learning, what are their
ideals for the organisation, what would they like, how would they like to
be involved, what does being an LO mean to them ?? (if they even know).

I would seek to have the greatest involvement from the beginning even if
this meant moving more slowly initially.

Being an LO, as a former thread {I'm sorry that I cannot point you to the
appropriate archive location) indicated as a forever goal. You never get
there. It is an endless journey of improvement and development.

Good luck and best wishes

Ian Saunders
Transition Partnerships - Harnessing change for business advantage

-- (Ian Saunders)

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