La Formazione-sviluppo per la creazione di moderne comunità lavorative [Developmnt-training to create working communities]
AbstractThis paper proposes a new methodology for training in the field of organization development, named development-training. The approach on the base of the methodology come from a research project of Ceris-CNR and the Association Motiva; it is inspired by complexity, constructivism, personalism, evolution theories for man and organization and is based on action research, creating a strong connection among lean, learning and living organization concepts and practices. The focal point is the connection between organization and individual development as way to create modern communities. Development training is an explorative, anthropocentric, participative, experimental, rhythmic, biographic, horizontal approach.
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Length: 35 pages
Date of creation: Jun 2010
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training; learning; community creation; organisation and human development;
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