Teaching Smart People How to Learn has 93 ratings and 9 reviews. Karla said: First, most people define learning too narrowly as mere ‘problem solving,’. Summary. “Teaching Smart People How to Learn” by Chris Argyris. First published in the Harvard Business Review, May-June , pp Reprinted in. Manageris recommande l’article Teaching Smart People How to Learn, Harvard Business Review,
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Dave rated it it was amazing Oct 31, Aug 13, Finlay rated it it was ok. An interesting read about why the smarter people find it difficult to learn. All true, but no practical advice. The smary is an unstable situation where senior managers still believe that it is a sign of caring and sensitivity to bypass and cover up difficult issues, while their subordinates see the very same actions as defensive.
Teaching Smart People How to Learn by Chris Argyris
Return to Book Page. Greg Eisenbach, in his Grassroots Innovation blog, cites a article that gets to the very root of argyrls learning, teachign for people, and a myriad of other issues. In Teaching Smart People How to LearnChris Argyris sheds light on the forces that Why are your smartest and most successful employees often the worst learners? Hence, problems need to be exposed, root causes analyzed and countermeasures experimented, then standardized.
Skip to content Greg Eisenbach, in his Grassroots Innovation blog, cites a article that gets to the very root of organizational learning, respect for people, and a myriad of other issues.
Teaching Smart People How to Learn
Once we know about that, we can expose everything. Patrick Ballin rated it it was amazing Nov 01, Worth a re-read Nice to remind myself of some of Argerys’ constructs: May 16, Jenny Reading Envy rated it did not like it Shelves: I can certainly relate the above from personal experience. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Agyris’s early research focused on the unintended consequences for individuals of formal organizational structures, executive leadership, control systems, and management information systems, and on how individuals adapted to change those consequences.
Lists with This Book. I guess this particular topic supports the old adage that not everything can be learned from books.
Teaching Smart People How to Learn 3. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Open Preview See a Problem? No trivia smarf quizzes yet. Laura Friesenborg rated it it was amazing May 19, It is damned difficult to be open and honest in an environment which does not value openness and honesty!
So in that aspect, we all need to read this and take a long, hard look in the mirror. Notify me of new posts by email. The methods to address this is not discussed in a concrete manner.
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Likely, they haven’t had the opportunities for introspection that failure affords. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
Or to admit that they don’t know. Hannes Eder rated it really liked it Mar 04, This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. For the professionals under study, all have the right skills or they wouldn’t be where they are.
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Alina Pukhovskaya rated it it was amazing Dec 01, Second order thinking This book is about a single idea of why highly educated executives don’t consider their own roles in underperformance while they adopt defensive attitudes and blame the external environment. Trent J rated it really liked it Aug 04, Rima Jacqueline rated it really liked it Apr 30, Though short, the essay is somewhat repetitive.
Want to Read saving…. Change has to start at the top because otherwise learm senior managers are likely to disown any transformation in reasoning patterns coming from below.