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The Value of Contextual Awareness in Organisation Learning
srinivas, Lecturer, India, Member
I think that even though learning by experience, though execution of similar projects, will be a valuable asset in solving problems of our current project under execution, it boils down to learning about the contextual information and its application which holds the key for resolving the issues. The more we are mindful with regard to the contextual information and the more we gather it through learning, the better we will be in solving the problems of the current project. In that scenario a fresh, mindful awareness of the contextual information will an advantage over a person who is having experience in many similar projects, but not having contextual awareness. Or can we say as experience grows the better a person will be having a better contextual awareness in solving problems at hand? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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