Speakers : Upload your Videos – It’s So Easy!
Hello there to our lovely Speakers and Hosts of talks at the Access Agile freestival… Speakers time now to upload your videos – It’s so easy!
We really want to add your video to the Access Agile Learning Archive…. So please click here to find out more on how to do this.
We have so many concurrent events there will always be people that want to see your learning online.
And view yourself on the channel by clicking here
So here is something interesting, we tried to close the Access20Reflect website down and we found out that so many people around the world were learning and teaching from the youtube channel that we quickly had to reinstall everything. It was a real eye opener to the good that these sessions do. That is why we give all the speakers a huge thank you!! The Free learning archive of all agile is a huge global resource and will help so many people. I would also like to give a huge shout out to the volunteers that set this archive up! so come help make something awesome!
Thank you, we are so grateful for you and giving your time and being awesome. I am looking forward to subscribing to https://www.youtube.com/c/AccessAgileFreeLearning and doing a little learning everyday! Access Agile is the Global 5Th discipline.
“For Peter Senge, real learning gets to the heart of what it is to be human. We become able to re-create ourselves. This applies to both individuals and organizations. Thus, for a ‘learning organization it is not enough to survive. ‘”Survival learning” or what is more often termed “adaptive learning” is important – indeed it is necessary. But for a learning organization, “adaptive learning” must be joined by “generative learning”, learning that enhances our capacity to create’ (Senge 1990:14).
The dimension that distinguishes learning from more traditional organizations is the mastery of certain basic disciplines or ‘component technologies’. The five that Peter Senge identifies are said to be converging to innovate learning organizations. They are:
Building shared vision
He adds to this recognition that people are agents, able to act upon the structures and systems of which they are a part. All the disciplines are, in this way, ‘concerned with a shift of mind from seeing parts to seeing wholes, from seeing people as helpless reactors to seeing them as active participants in shaping their reality, from reacting to the present to creating the future’ (Senge 1990: 69). It is to the disciplines that we will now turn.” – Extract from the excellent blog post…“Peter Senge and the learning organization” by Peter K smith
From Scott Seivwright and the Access Agile Gang