What is Unlearning LO10198

Michael McMaster (Michael@kbddean.demon.co.uk)
Thu, 26 Sep 1996 16:22:30 +0000

Replying to LO10145 --

The metanoia conversation is taking us into some very interesting ground.
I may have misread or missed some comments but it seems that all speaking
in this topic has been from a personal point of view - that is, with a
personal referent.

But the main topic of the list is organisational learning, is it not? So
if metanoia is a special kind of learning, we still need to see if it is a
part of organisational learning to be part of this dialogue. (Don't we?)

The definitions take us "beyond mind" in some way but we will have to at
least have a metaphorical mind of an organisation if this is to get into
our territory. (Unless we say that an organisation is only the sum of its
individual members.)

I use "learning" as a subset of "development" and both as subsets of
"intelligence". All are possible, with appropriate translation for levels
of complexity of organisation (or of emergent phenomena, if you prefer),
to apply to individuals and to corporations or their subsets (such as

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