The Practice of Learning Teams
The Five Principles of Learning Teams: An Introduction
September 13, 2020
The authors of the book "The Practice of Learning Teams", Brent Sutton, Glynis McCarthy and Brent Robinson, introduce the 5 principles of Learning Teams.
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.

On today's podcast we explore the five principles of Learning Teams:

Principle 1: Understanding that Work-As-Imagined (WAI) and Work-As-Done (WAD) give context
Principle 2: Groups outperform individuals in problem identification and problem solving
Principle 3: Workers have the best knowledge and understanding of the problem
Principle 4: The more effort put into understanding the problem, the better the solution outcomes
Principle 5: Group problem identification, solving and reflection (soak time) drives learning and improvement


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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.