5 edition of Outlearning the wolves found in the catalog.
|Statement||by David Hutchens ; illustrated by Bobby Gombert.|
|LC Classifications||HD58.82 .H88 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||97053299|
According to nature the wolf eats the sheep and the sheep accept their fate. David Mech,Luigi Boitani Book Resume: Wolves are some of the world's most charismatic and controversial animals, capturing the imaginations of their friends and foes alike. A mental model is a deeply held vision or set of beliefs and assumptions about how the world works. Fables are very powerful as they can teach difficult concepts in a simple manner. Outlearning the Wolves is a unique resource for teachers and learners across a broad range of settings. Feel free to explore these questions together on any or all of those levels.
But in Methods, it is an infrastructure nonetheless. However, in a learning culture, individuals can release the fierce need to defend and justify their mental models and become adept at challenging and "trying on" new ones. And now we're back to the original question: So where do I begin? Join the movement. Whether your application is business, how-to, education, medicine, school, church, sales, marketing, online training or just for fun, PowerShow. As with any competition, the wolves learn to adapt and find new ways into the pen, but the flock is now a full-fledged learning organization that blunt any new strategies by the wolves.
People who practice the discipline of personal mastery may draw upon a deep, seemingly inexhaustible inner energy to create powerful results. Mental models hold a great deal of power over us. Go get one! Note that you can't make someone engage in the deep learning cycle; people can only choose to enter intoit themselves.
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Events in our lives are rarely as simple and direct as they appear. Sound effects and playful narration bring the characters to life. That's the power of synergy. May be without endpapers or title page. Sports teams may call it "being in the flow"; a jazz ensemble may speak of "hitting the groove," in which the music comes not "from you" but "through you.
The sheep had for many years accepted their fate on the food chain as wolves would come in to their pen and snatch sheep after sheep. Remember the sheep's complaint, "If only the stupid fence were taller. How do people know whether they are learning?
In that spirit, here are some questions designed to get you talking with your colleagues about the concepts in this book, and thinking about how to use them to make a difference in your own organization.
If you are interested in dipping your toe into the waters of leadership narrative, this book was written for you. They discover that the wolves are getting under the fence by wading through a creek.
Exploring yours and others' is a great way to gain new insights and build a broader understanding of the complex world around you. And when people choose learning, they embark on a journey in which the destination is never reached.
Peter Senge's The Fifth Discipline is a great place to start. Together they devised and executed a plan to solve the issue of the wolves coming into their pasture and taking a sheep for their dinner. Now discuss some possible new guiding ideas to introduce into your organizational "architecture.
Most of the presentations and slideshows on PowerShow. Is it surprising that this new belief radically changed things for the flock? Some of the key principles of a learning organization are taught in this tale.
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The sheep implement some of these ideas that results in no additional wolf attacks. Otto suggests that they understand wolves better rather than just assume what they have always been told: that wolves eat sheep.
The wolves were crawling under the barbed wire! When we create environments where people choose to enroll themselves in the doing, we create the possibility for sustainable, transformational change. Remember the sheep who said, "She's making a mockery of our heritage"? That's a pretty compelling vision.
Used textbooks do not come with supplemental materials.Jan 14, · Outlearning the Wolves This is a summary of a fable (by David Hutchens) which I have read many years ago and re-read recently to my elder boy.
Fables are very powerful as they can teach difficult concepts in a simple manner. As one of Hutchen's other books, "Outlearning The Wolves", this makes an excellent resource guide for teachers, parents, and business managers. Inclusion of probing questions for group discussion is a plus.
Highly recommended, even for children/5(9).
Outlearning the Wolves by Hutchens, David. Paperback available at Half Price Books® atlasbowling.com Nov 08, · A lot of groups have enacted my books, The Learning Fables, with stage productions, videos, puppet shows, and more. This one might be my favorite.
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