Unconscious Competence LO20027

Cowan, Keith (kcowan@ORION.GLOBALDEN.com)
Sun, 29 Nov 1998 14:09:30 -0800

Replying to LO20002 --

Leslie Lax (leslax@cnx.net) gave a great illustration, in part:
>...So, at the same time as I understand I could be better (conscious
>incompetence), I am a competent typist (conscious competence) and when I
>am typing I get in a groove (unconscious competence). I do think that
>when performing, conscious learning is held in abeyance...

This is the essence of what I have been trying to say. Thanks Leslie for
putting the effort into it.

Now can we define the competencies of a learning org and what measures
would indicate progress from one level to the next???


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