Team Learning The Core Theory Of Success®

Daniel H Kim (2001): Organizing for Learning uses the Core Theory of Success to expand on the concept of the Learning Organization. The theory is based on the premise that as quality of the relationships among people who work together increases (high team spirit, mutual respect and trust), the quality of collective thinking improves (people consider more facets of an issue and share a greater number of different perspectives.). When the level of thinking is heightened, the quality of actions is likely to improve (better planning, greater coordination, and higher commitment). In turn, the quality of results increases as well.

The systemic theory is that success requires us to focus and pay attention to how all the variables are doing and how each is affecting the other in the loop.

Course Objectives:

  • To reinforce the importance of seeing connections and relationships between people and components within systems in the organization; and
  • To enable personnel to reflect on how their respective teams and the individual can support and enrich the organization and therefore the impact of our work.
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