Get Lit: Learning Organization: Part II - Producing Knowledge for Learning and Self-Evaluation
This article was originally published on August 23, 2016, on LinkedIn by Jeff Sheldon.
The second in this three part series speaks about how knowledge is created for learning. We appreciated the distinction between knowledge from scientific methods and evaluation from evaluative inquiry. As you may know, we are fans of the later.
Here's an excerpt:
Knowledge that comes from basic research does not have a primary emphasis on usefulness; its main emphases are scientific rigor, using findings as contributions to the knowledge base, and generalizability. Knowledge that comes from the findings of evaluative inquiry on the other hand is tailored specifically to individual or organizational knowledge and learning needs.
See the full post here.