6 edition of The Learning Paradox found in the catalog.
May 11, 2001
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||232|
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In Antony Flew's book "A Dictionary of Philosophy," the Learning Paradox is framed this way: "An old problem raised in Plato's Socratic dialogues and later found in certain medieval approaches to the knowledge of the nature of God.
"The Learning Paradox allows us to internalize points and understand completely through meaningful, real-world anecdotes."(Nick Truyens, GM, LEGO) "The only book you really need to get a synopsis of current and sound business principles." (Bruce Jones, Vice President, Royal Bank)5/5(1).
The paradox of learning is this; in order to improve something, we have to change something. In the act of changing something, it is usually uncomfortable and requires more thought.
When something is uncomfortable or forces us to think too much and become too aware, our performance can suffer short-term. The Learning Paradox shares its practical concepts and insightful ideas in many areas that people and organizations need work on.
From the page that you are encouraged to rip out before you start to the final words from other leaders and authors, Jim Harris captured my imagination.5/5(2). The book also explores how national education systems can be strengthened by embracing the creative tensions generated by paradoxes such as the co-existence of timely change and timeless constants, centralisation and decentralisation, meritocracy and compassion, and teaching less and learning more.
The Learning Paradox Jim Harris’ second book, The Learning Paradox, was nominated for the National Business Book Award and appeared on numerous bestseller lists. Books for Business ranked it as one of the top 10 business books in all of North America and there are now more t copies in print.
The more you struggle to master new information, the better you’ll understand and apply it later. Annie Murphy Paul explores in Time. The learning paradox is at the heart of “productive failure,” a phenomenon identified by Manu Kapur, a researcher at the Learning Sciences Lab at the National Institute of Education of points out that while the model adopted by many.
The Paradox Paradox – Prologue. Austin Lang was about to kill himself. Nothing fancy, just a bullet through the head, imploding the skull and making the opposite wall look like someone had lobbed a bowl of bolognese at it.
A quick death. The title of the book I actually read was "Paradox: The nine greatest enigmas in science" by the same author. However, given they both have the same ISBN (So I can't add my copy) and the book I read was pretty much enigmas in physics, I am going to post here and assume this is just a publisher's discretion thingo between different country 4/5.
Polanyi’s paradox, named in honour of the British-Hungarian philosopher Michael Polanyi, is the theory that human knowledge of how the world functions and capability are, to a large extent, beyond our explicit theory was articulated by Michael Polanyi in his book The Tacit Dimension inbut it was economist David Autor that named it as Polanyi’s paradox in his Introduction - I just want to explain something called the sunk cost paradox to you now.
It's something that might cause you to choose the wrong option when you're working on a problem. Learning to Heal book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Chronologically speaking, Ashley had only spent a small portion of /5. The most potent catalyst in a firm's success: change In this insightful book, Jim Harris details the philosophy and specifics of creating companies that respond successfully to change.
With practical advice from companies who've made resilience a corporate motto, The Learning Paradox offers insights on how to adapt to the chaotic new world of business, including how to: create, motivate, and. Attention: This is a supplementary guide meant to enhance your experience of Steven Gundry's book The Longevity Paradox.
It is not the original book nor is it intended to replace the original book. This book will help enhance your experience. It will give you deeper insight, fresher perspectives, and help you obtain ultimate comprehension. In "The Stupidity Paradox", Andre Spicer and Mats Alvesson explore how knowledge intensive organizations employ smart people and encourage them Author: Ben Linders.
Emotional agility and the learning paradox Viktor Frankl, an Austrian neurologist and psychologist, in his most seminal work, ‘Man’s Search For Meaning’ originally published inwrote: Frankl was a holocaust survivor and spent over 3 years in.
The research is clear: Organizations, leaders, teams, and individuals that manage paradox are better performers than those who do not. A new white paper from Jean Brittain Leslie, Peter Ping Li, and Sophia Zhao — Managing Paradox: Blending East and West Philosophies to Unlock Its Advantages and Opportunities — offers 2 tools to help you and.
Examining the “learning paradox” in the context of adaptive co-management, they considered five dimensions: “1) types and definitions of learning; 2) learning goals and expectations; 3) mechanisms by which learning takes place; 4) questions regarding who is involved in the process of learning and 5) the risks and ethical ambiguities faced.
Tomorrow's Teaching and Learning words The Paradox of the Chinese Learner The image of students from Asian cultures as rote memorizers being taught by authoritarian teachers has led to a concept deemed the "paradox of the Chinese learner" (Watkins & Biggs, ).
The Teaching-learning Paradox: A Comparative Analysis of College Teaching Methods Volume 18 of Casea: Monograph Volume 18 of Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration Eugene, Or: Monograph Volume 18 of Monograph (University of Oregon.
Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration). Meno (/ ˈ m iː n oʊ /; Greek: Μένων, Menōn) is a Socratic dialogue scripted by appears to attempt to determine the definition of virtue, or arete, meaning virtue in general, rather than particular virtues, such as justice or first part of the work is written in the Socratic dialectical style and Meno is reduced to confusion or aporia.
"The Learning Paradox provided insight and focused on the future by teaching us that we are ultimately responsible for managing our careers." (Mark Sheinfeld, Senior Vice President, SHL Systemhouse (a MCI Company) "This is a book to make managers think about how they view the world, their organisation and their role in : Jim Harris.The book effectively highlights areas where your learning energy needs to be focused so you don't become a victim of the new learning-based digital economy.
The Learning Paradox and the workshop questions will really help you get on top of the key issues affecting your .