Hi Safety FM
listeners, this is Brent Sutton
, one of the co-hosts of the new podcast series The Practice of Learning Teams
, with my fellow co-hosts Glynis McCarthy
and Brent Robinson
Our goal is to support you on your journey and build a better community of practice for Learning Teams
During the month of April, we will be exploring the PDCA Model for Learning Teams facilitators.
A big thank you to all our listeners for all the positive feedback on the PDCA model from countries around the world including Brazil, Germany, Great Britain, Canada, North America, Australia and my home town New Zealand.
On today's podcast, I, Glynis McCarthy and Brent Robinson continue exploring the PDCA Model for Learning Teams facilitators, with the Doing part of the PDCA cycle.
We will explore the context of:
1. Communicating your plan to participants
2. Conducting the first session in Learning Mode
3. Providing soak time to give people time to think and reflect
4. Conducting the second session for problem clarification mode
5. Moving into problem analysis, problem-solving and solution mode.
In the next Episode (30), will explore the Check (Study) and Act part of the framework.
Concluding with Episode 31, when we will reflect on the series and feedback from our listeners.Here is the link for you to register and download a PDF version of the PDCA Framework
. We are granting access to this document to the Learning Teams community under the Creative Commons Copyright, which means that you are free to copy (not distribute), communicate, and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes, as long as you attribute the work to Learning Teams Inc and abide by the copyright and intellectual property terms.
We hope that you enjoy the series and we continue our journey of learning and improving with Learning Teams.
Please share your thoughts about this episode @ podcastlearnings.com
Be part of the journey with Learning Teams @ learningteamscommunity.com
And don't forget, the book "The Practice of Learning Teams" is available in printed and Kindle editions on Amazon
or from the author's website