Learning as a Way of Being: Strategies for Survival in a World of Permanent White Water
Offers a thoughtful critique of the roots of management education and argues that institutions of higher learning must teach managers how to integrate the discipline of learning into their very being. Such learning must be marked by strong self-direction, willingness to take risks, and integration of the learning that life teaches outside the classroom.
Leadership, Management & Business
Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Leadership Studies | Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods | Organizational Behavior and Theory | Training and Development
Vaill, P. B. (1996). Learning as a Way of Being: Strategies for Survival in a World of Permanent White Water. https://aura.antioch.edu/facbooks/84