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November 12, 2010

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I think these steps also apply to people in organizations that spend a fair amount of focus on training. Have seen that people stop taking charge of their own learning and expect the organization to spoon feed them at every step.

Good point, Manish. I sometimes wonder if we don't create this more passive approach to learning through our educational processes from kindergarten through university. We spend some 16 years telling people that WE know what's best for them to learn and that they should rely on a system to teach them, so we shouldn't be terribly surprised when they don't take responsibility for their own learning once they graduate and start working.

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