Training Games For The Learning Organization
48 Experiential Learning Activities
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|Format:||Hardback, 299 pages|
|Other Information: ||30 illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 March 1997|
Finally-an easy, fun-filled way to help your company become a learning organization! Companies everywhere are eager to put the breakthrough concepts popularized in Peter Senge's The Fifth Discipline into practice. But, as you have probably already discovered, implementing the learning organization can be confusing. This book of training games is here to help. The 48 stimulating activities have been designed to take the difficult, often abstract theories of the learning organization and make them notonly concrete, but easy to teach! "Training Games for the Learning Organization" lets you take today's most talked about training and development concepts and put them into your trainers' bag of tricks.You'll find great activities for teaching skills such as: Team Learning; Risk Taking; Visioning; Goal Setting; Systems Thinking; Organizational Change; Group Process; Organization Culture; Learning How to Learn. Featuring reproducible participants handouts and a unique Game Locator index to help you quickly find the game that suits your training goal, it contains all the step-by-step instruction you need to take even the most sophisticated concept and make it a permanent part of your training repertoire.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Freedom to Learn: Games for Developing a Favorable Learning Environment. Meta Learning: Games for Learning How to Learn. Remodeling: Games for Exposing and Changing The Ways We See The World. Group Portraits: Games for Involving Everyone in the Organizationa's Vision. Hybrid Learning: Games That Facilitate Group Learning. Parts and Engines: Games for Focusing on the Intra-Workings of an Organization's Parts.
|Publisher: ||McGraw-Hill Professional|
|Dimensions: ||29.49 x 27.33 x 3.3 centimeters (1.52 kg)|