Designing and Building Real-Time Learning Systems | Consulting.
Consulting and Organizational Management
MAY 17, 2010
During the late 1960’s and 1970’s, the Quality Circle movement took root and managers tried to get everybody to address these isolated problems. The problems still were not integrated into a meaningful perspective, because most managers had many demands and problems, and no real sense of how all their efforts tied together. How do leaders make it happen in “real time” not just talk about it, but do it in the process of learning how to do it. Career Management. Library.
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