"This proposed series will make a nice contribution to MBA and executive level education. I am intrigued with the possibilities for teaching complex course material embedded in such a real world setting."--Jay Dial, Case Western Reserve University
"Learning histories are one of the most important innovations of the Society for Organizational Learning community. They have proven to be a critical piece in solving the puzzle of learning about learning." --Peter Senge, MIT
"Personally I think the concept of the learning history library is not only useful but essential. I have my students search for and analyze what's behind the financial data. What are the underlying critical business issues? What the decision processes? What are the human interactions? What were the causes and effects? Typical case studies lack depth for such analyses...I recommend that Oxford develop the series and publish the books on a fixed schedule."-Gus Gaynor, Editor-in-Chief of Today's Engineer, a publication of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and retired technology executive, 3M Company
About the Author
George Roth is at MIT Center for Organizational Learning. Art Kleiner is President, Reflection Learning Associates.