Food for Thought about the Next-Generation Organizations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category Archives: Learning organization

combien d’entreprises sont en réalité totalement organisées pour la précédente révolution industrielle

” vous n’avez pas compris la révolution des plateformes et de la communication ? On est déjà à celle des services et de l’expérience client.
Le business n’a pas de pitié pour les retardataires.
– Organisé en réseau
– Learning organization
– vision ambitieuse voir démesurée
– connectée, en interne comme en externe, décloisonnée
– pense en agissant et a depuis longtemps oublié la séparation entre ceux qui pensent et ceux qui font. Tout le monde y est « thinker » et « doer » à la fois.”

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Chris Argyris : theories of action, double-loop learning and organizational learning

Single-loop learning seems to be present when goals, values, frameworks and, to a significant extent, strategies are taken for granted. The emphasis is on ‘techniques and making techniques more efficient’. Any reflection is directed toward making the strategy more effective.
Double-loop learning, in contrast, ‘involves questioning the role of the framing and learning systems which underlie actual goals and stratégies.

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The former involves following routines and some sort of preset plan – and is both less risky for the individual and the organization, and affords greater control. The latter is more creative and reflexive, and involves consideration notions of the good. Reflection here is more fundamental : the basic assumptions behind ideas or policies are confronted… hypotheses are publicly tested… processes are disconfirmable not self-seeking

Chris Argyris : theories of action, double-loop learning and organizational learning

Chris Argyris : theories of action, double-loop learning and organizational learning. The work of Chris Argyris (1923-2013) has influenced thinking about the relationship of people and organizations…