The Practice of Learning Teams - The Book
Ehara taku toa, he takitahi, he toa takitini.
“My success should not be bestowed onto me alone, as it was not individual success but success of a collective”.
Learning and improving safety, quality and operational excellence.
Explore with the authors how Learning Teams help both organizations and workers to learn and improve everyday.
Read the foreword by Dr Todd Conklin.
“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”
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“The Practice of Learning Teams” will become a powerful resource in changing the way organizations learn and improve their operations. This book is easy to read and full of great concepts that can be used as soon as you read them. I love a book where you read an idea in the morning and try the same idea that very afternoon.
Todd Conklin, PhD
A Learning Team is notable because it encourages organizations to obtain and consider different perspectives and angles of functional diversity to define a problem in a group context. The different perspectives that emerge from a Learning Team group demonstrate that no one person holds all the knowledge needed to solve complex problems.
Brent Sutton, Risk Management Practitioner
The purpose and principles of Learning Teams resonate with my Adult Learning beliefs. In Learning Teams, I see an inherent opportunity for enhanced worker learning. I also see the opportunity to support a positive learning culture. Learning Teams provide a dual opportunity for both workers and the organization to learn from everyday work.
Glynis McCarthy, Adult Educator and Safety Practitioner
Learning Teams as a way to facilitate and capture knowledge from the people doing the work are a perfect match for Lean. Lean can provide tools to capture and disseminate knowledge across the organization and by applying the PDCA cycle the learning culture will become embedded across the organization.
Brent Robinson, Operational Excellence Advocate
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