The Competitive Imperative of Learning

Amy C. Edmondson, Harvard Business Review, Jul 10, 2008
Commentary by Stephen Downes

There is not a lot of critical or analytical writing on learning in the business press, so this article by Amy Ednondson is an important one. She makes the distinction between Execution-as-Efficiency and Execution-as-Learning. The implications of the article are that workers need to be free to learn as they work, not to take orders or courses in order to learn. An important shift in thinking in the corporate world. -GW
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