learning

experiential learning

I enjoyed this post on experiential learning – particular as Lars’ experience of learning to ski was almost identical to mine. The point about repetition and simulation is well made in the transfer of learning but … you can only take so much from role play, simulations and GBL especially in soft skills and how self-aware you are impacts hugely…

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Action Learning 2.0

A nice quote from one of the many publications coming out of Ashridge Business School on the link between organisational learning and enterprise 2.0: Used well, action learning creates a culture of maximum support, maximum challeng, individual responsibility for change, and collective responsibility for learning … It is an approach that is congruent with what has started to happen around…

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Learning Cycles

Chris Collinson has an interesting post on the use and abuse of the concept of lessons Learned. Based on Kolb’s learning cycle, he posits the “ignorance spiral” where the abstract conceptualisation stage stys ust that, abstracted” with no discernable imact on future behaviours. The same mistakes and errors are made, the lessons aren’t learned. Now it seems to me that…

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