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June at Luminare Group

ON THE BLOG:

What it's all about: This last entry of a three-part series on Learning Organizations speaks to what we know about the conditions, variables, structures and assumptions which underpin a learning organization, including the importance of organizational culture. Read it here →

Why this is useful: The framing in this post is useful for understanding the attention and commitment required to foster learning in service of organizational mission.  


WHAT WE'RE READING:

We have been thinking more about how race (a social construct) influences the different ways in which we understand, define and engage with people, place, process and practice. This brought us back to a 2008 piece from the Kirwan Institute called Systems Thinking and Race → 

This short paper shares 5 principles:

  • Structure is as important as system parts
  • Multiple and mutual causality
  • Cumulative causation
  • Systems resist change (negative feedback)
  • Leverage points (positive feedback)
Read it.
MONTHLY RESOURCE: Facilitating Intentional Group Learning

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