Executive Update

How Learning by Doing Speeds Up Learning

Posted June 8, 2015 | Leadership |

How can we resolve the polarity in organizations between the need for learning versus the need for producing results? How can we foster a culture that allows taking the time to learn and try different approaches despite the ever-present focus on results? This Executive Update explores learning by doing from different angles and attempts to shine a light on various ways that teams and organizations can speed up their learning curve by consciously taking action and learning from the results.

About The Author
steffan@surdek.ca
Steffan Surdek is an Agile coach/trainer at Pyxis Technologies. As a coach, he strives to create engaged teams led by inspiring and empowering leaders for the sake of making the software development workplace fun again. Mr. Surdek has worked in IT for over 20 years in collaboration with many distributed teams around the world. He speaks at various conferences and user groups about leadership and agility with distributed teams. Mr. Surdek is… Read More
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