Learning as a way of being : strategies for survival in a world of permanent white water / Peter B. Vaill.

In Learning as a Way of Being, Vaill offers a thoughtful critique of the roots of management education and argues that, if managers are to navigate the waters skillfully, institutions of "higher learning" must, above all, teach managers how to integrate the discipline of learning into thei...

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Main Author: Vaill, Peter B.
Format: Book
Published: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 1996.
Edition:1st ed.
Series:Jossey-Bass business & management series.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: an ordinary day on the river: living in a world of permanent white water
  • Learning as a means to doing: institutional learning and the institutionalized learner
  • Learning as a way of being: all experience is learning
  • Systems learning
  • Leaderly learning
  • Cultural learning
  • Spiritual learning
  • Epilogue: discovery, cultivation, recognition, and the real learnings of life
  • Resorce I: change assessment inventory
  • Resource II: exploration and discovery: a dialogue of learning.