IntraNet Learning Assoc. LO7027

Tobin Quereau (
Sun, 28 Apr 1996 15:16:26 -0500 (CDT)

Replying to LO7013 --

On Sun, 28 Apr 1996, Paul L Schechter wrote:

> Whoever said "if you want to understand an organization, try
> to change it" was right. Many people talk about change and learning, but
> in the end, actions do speak louder than words. Trying to teach people
> so that they learn about workplace disputes will provide you with some
> great insights about workplace learning. For me it was primarily a pilot
> project to test a key hypothesis. This hypothesis was that change and
> therefore true learning cannot be led from within. It cannot.

I am intrigued by your last comment here, Paul. On what basis did you
conclude your answer? Would this hold for the organization which you are
developing? What do you mean when you say "change and therefore true
learning?" In your experience how does change and true learning take

Please say more about what and how you learned from your "pilot project".

Tobin Quereau
Austin Community College


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