A black federal learning leader shares her own journey of becoming and what she’s had to both learn and unlearn in the quest to be her most authentic self.
Posts Tagged: unlearning
Can we define what leadership is, so that when it shows up we’ll recognize it? Alas, it’s an impossible task! Such a variety of ideas exist on this subject that it seems too difficult to say something new or vaguely original about it. A quick glance at the current theories of leadership reveals a wideRead… Read more »
Two interesting articles about organizational culture in the latest issue of the “Journal of Organizational Change Management.” The first article is a cultural analysis of organizational memory and its role in organizational change while the second article describes how organizational memory can hinder learning a new technology. In the first article, McCabe gives a moreRead… Read more »