It’s Time to Think Differently About Your Learning Organization

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Your workforce is performing in a time of increasing complexity.

 

We live in a time of increasing complexity. Those who study the systems sciences would agree that systems thinking is a way to understand the nature of the complexity and take action individually and collectively to address the complex systemic problems that surround us. Forming and joining learning communities that engage systems thinking is an important first step. Learning communities need to be held in care, nurtured as living systems, and fed with information and other resources so that energy can flow freely … be containers for ethical, socially-conscious work that can address the complex problems and great opportunities that face us in the 21st century.

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