There’s an existential threat buried in how we imagine a Learning Organisation, and only an experiential learning process is going to allow us to reconcile the differences that give rise to the threat.
My February blog “Revisiting the Learning Organisation” provoked a very interesting set of responses from readers across the continents. It seems as though this is a subject that resonates with people in the world of learning, and one that divides them - roughly about a 50-50 divide according to my calculations.
Learning as Technology
When it comes to the question “What makes an organisation a Learning Organisation
?” about half of the people who commented on that blog gave an answer that related to technology. Among these the popular answers were: