Requirements for Learning LO2181

Gary and Lilly Evans (
22 Jul 95 09:55:45 EDT

Replying to LO2124 --

On 16th July Jack Hirschfeld posted a very illuminating comparison between
sport analogies and corporate world. I was particularly struck by his

> But it's really clear that teams which set regular time aside for
reflection practices, communications practices, and performance review
practices benefit with both increased learning and improved performance.
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It seems to me that in this sentence lies the way to unlocking the
possibilities for corporations to unlock the potential of individuals and
teams. What kind of evidence, or stories do we know of collectively to
back this assertion up?

lilly evans             

" The world of administration tries to separate itself by high walls from that of intimate feelings. To pass laws to announce what freedoms there should be is one thing. To discover what it feels like to be free is something quite different." THEODORE ZELDIN "An Intimate History of Humanity"