Unlearning

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Nand Kishore Chaudhary from Jaipur Rugs on love, collective consciousness and self-management

...cial organisation, I think not just in India, but anywhere in the world... I really liked this idea I read about which is called the Higher School of Unlearning. Can you tell us about what that is? NK Chaudhary: When all my five children joined the business, the business started growing like a wildfire. To su...more
...get their skills without having the knowledge to break the ego of our professionals. I started a learning initiative, which we named Higher School of Unlearning. We made the professionals work with our older, uneducated people in different departments to develop a deep understanding of the business processes....more
...and colleges. We also worked on the philosophy, 'finding yourself through losing yourself'. The more I lose myself, the more I find myself. Learning, unlearning and relearning is a continuous process and it brings the childlike innocence, which is important for the business to follow this in an organic manner...more
...chool or traditional education or other companies, it's really difficult for them to adapt to a different way of working, which, as you say, involves unlearning. So I just -love that you have this school of unlearning, that the first thing they do is they go, and they experience firsthand what it's like to be...more
...eally difficult for them to adapt to a different way of working, which, as you say, involves unlearning. So I just -love that you have this school of unlearning, that the first thing they do is they go, and they experience firsthand what it's like to be among the weavers and to see, you know, where the value ...more

Pasteur Byabeza on transitioning to self-management at Davis College

...eagues a lot of time to fully embrace the philosophy of self management. You see, as you know, operating in a self managed team requires learning and unlearning certain things. So I can confidently say that some of my colleagues never fully embraced this shift, because different people have different needs an...more

Bill Fischer and Simone Cicero on Haier and the entrepreneurial organisation

...n. So it’ll be interesting to see those people who haven’t come up in that world, fresh from the source, so to speak, what challenges they’ll face in unlearning and learning this new way. B Fischer: So, one of the things is for sure — the people who run the micro-enterprises, quite a number of those people h...more