In the last few months I have been able to hold many discussions on the subject of agility. Exciting discussions, because almost every one of us has a definite opinion on this. And in many discussions, it is not so much about content details or subtleties that are philosophized at first, but rather generously ascertained: … Weiterlesen What kind of culture does an agile organization need?
As already described several times, the learning culture is a central aspect for the ability of organisations and individuals to learn and change (Krapf 2016a, 2016b, 2017a, 2017c). In other words, the learning culture can be seen as an element to increase agility. In an earlier article (Krapf 2017b) I presented a generic procedure … Weiterlesen Putting learning culture development into practice to increase agility
In an earlier article, I pointed out what learning culture is and why this topic is becoming more and more important in the course of agility. At this point, I would like to discuss how these findings can be used in practice in order to shape and influence the development of learning cultures in practice. … Weiterlesen A procedural model for developing learning cultures in practice
We are a multi-option society. Every day there are new opportunities for us to explore. But we are successful when we focus. In the work@post Blog I have shown in a short article how to sharpen your own focus effectively and why this is important. Artikel auf Deutsch Article en Français Articolo in italiano Article … Weiterlesen Sharpening your own focus – why and how
While self-regulated learning has been researched for some time by scientist following a constructivist world view (Euler 2009, S. 35; Götze 2010, S. 22; Rebel 2008, S. 108), the interest of enterprises in this topic seems to increase. In one of the biggest financial institute in Switzerland the entire learning architecture has been restructured in order to increase … Weiterlesen Gamification to foster self-learning competence