Best Practice Model for a Learning Organisation LO22856

Roy Greenhalgh (
Tue, 12 Oct 1999 18:53:26 +0100

Replying to LO22846 --

Commenting on LO22846

I am intrigued at Joy's totally heuristic approach to learning. I now
realise that I don't have the time now to learn everything from first
principles. I have to take on trust much of what I learn.

Additionally, there is the view that learning is a social activity. While
I may sit in my room and work, albeit by myself, as I try to fathom what a
couple of pages of a book are trying to tell me, I am also aware that I am
learning in a wider community of other folk. This LO is part of that
community, with some very powerful teachers and sharers influencing me.

My clients, colleagues, potential suppliers are all part of that community
of learning which sustains my individual efforts.

Roy Greenhalgh
Roy Greenhalgh Associates
Townwell House Cromhall Wotton under Edge Gloucestershire GL12 8AQ
Telephone: +44(0)1454.294200


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