Monthly Archives: July 2011

Educational institutions as ‘doing’ or ‘learning’ organizations?

Educational institutions have sometimes been described as learning organizations.  Other times it has been implied they should be regarded as learning organizations par excellence.  However there is some debate over whether the foundations should be in learning to read, write … Continue reading

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Branson and the mystical properties of dyslexia

In  a recent Financial Times article, Mike Southon (July 9 / July 10) quoted Sir Richard Branson as explaining ‘that he was dyslexic, and therefore had those entrepreneurs’ traits of seeing things in a different way. He was not afraid … Continue reading

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