Tag Archives: single loop learning

Give me the child

Posted in all wrong, command and control, learning, thinking | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Hugging & Learning

Think of “Sex and the City”. Now stop, you’re probably at work. Each episode has some kind of journey where the characters face some minor turmoil, but through laughter (not necessarily ours) and a few tears, with the support of … Continue reading

Posted in learning, systems thinking, thinking, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 7 Comments

Who’s trained the system?

A colleague is leaving and is clearing their desk and cupboards of decades of training manuals, never used, as the training was never used. It is like unearthing the last few decades of training fads that have plagued the public sector. … Continue reading

Posted in all wrong, deming, knowledge, plausible but untrue, systems thinking, Uncategorized, vanguard method | Tagged , , , | 6 Comments

Single loop learning – “add another column”

Look at that diagram. If you think you haven’t seen if before you haven’t been paying attention. It is everywhere in organisations. You won’t have seen it because it hides behind a lot of different disguises.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | 3 Comments