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Double Loop Learning: Chris Argyris

I am always fascinated by the failure of businesses, of armies and recently of political parties to learn from their mistakes. Of course they have to admit them first and this requires that they among other things scrutinize their assumptions. … Continue reading

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Double Loop Learning: Top Ten Conflict Tips on Why It Fails

I have always found Chris Argyris’s (1923-) concept of Double Loop Learning, or learning about how we learn or fail to learn, interesting. Wikipedia defines it as: ‘the concept of double-loop learning (DLL) in which an individual, organization or entity is able, … Continue reading

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