Transformational learning

Allee, Varna
August 1997
Executive Excellence;Aug97, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p12
Discusses the need for businesses to have the capacity for ongoing learning and continuous transformation. Definition of transformational learning; Continuum of learning; Keys to reaching transformational breakthroughs; Process of building knowledge; Level of learning/performance focus.


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