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Makes a case for a new kind of partnership between universities and their local communities within which organizational as well as individual learning can be recognized, developed and accredited. Describes Middlesex University’s new MA in personal and organizational development and suggests...
Individuals worldwide are seeking to remain relevant and effective through learning which, if not actually continuous, is an integral part of their working life. Organizations are increasingly recognizing the need to compete on the basis of collective learning and the ability to apply this...
Brings up and examines the concept of a business school as a learning organization. Discusses the issue of change as a stimulus to learning ‐ as businesses face new challenges, so, therefore, do business schools ‐ hence the necessity to become a learning organization. Proposes the idea of the...
The changing nature of funding for research groups operating within the higher education sector has forced many such groups to transform themselves into more responsive and effective organizations. Academic research, allied to learning organization concepts creates the potential for action...
The metaphor which is central to all of the activities at the Centre for Systemic Development at the University of Western Sydney, Hawkesbury, is that of the critical learning system (CLS), a construct developed as the framework for the systemic education of students in the School of Agriculture...
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