Double Loop Control Theory by William T Powers
Organizational Traps Argyris
Health & Health Care
Modelling human behaviour (MoHuB)
Double Loop Learning Simple Simulation
Yo-yo Learning and Teaching Strategy
The Educated Mind
The Structure of Learning and Knowledge
Double Loop Control Theory with Emotion Regulation and Intent
Credit Never Happened Simulation
Replaced by IM-9781 Clone of IM-752 map for working simulation model This model is derived from "Nobody Ever Gets Credit for Fixing Problems that Never Happened: Creating and Sustaining Process Improvement" by Nelson P. Repenning and John D Sterman. An expanded map is at IM-1918.
The Control of Perception
Single and double loop learning simple rich picture
Clinical Judgment Structure
Service Process Improvement
Technology and Healthcare Costs and Outcomes 3
A simplified dynamic model, adapted from Engineering perspectives on healthcare delivery: Can we afford technological innovation in healthcare? Rouse, William B Systems Research and Behavioral Science 2009 Vol 26 (5) p573-582 abstract Developed by Mark Heffernan. Addition of learning curve effects IM-614 to Insight 435
Wisdom, Sapience, Judgment and Decisions
Linking Individual and Organizational Learning
Capability and double loop learning
Replaced by Map at IM-1918 WIP Clone of IM-752 This model is derived from the paper "Nobody Ever Gets Credit for Fixing Problems that Never Happened: Creating and Sustaining Process Improvement" by Nelson P. Repenning and John D Sterman with Intent Act Effect and Mental models added to show double loop learning IM-619 with IM-897 and IM-1897 ideas. http://bit.ly/jCXGKL Replaced by PCT view at IM-9273
How tutors help the learner causal loop
This paints a broad picture for my non-profit of how tutoring helps disadvantaged youth and, with the right jump-start from a caring individual (R1 point), how learning can get learning and skill begets further skill. I appreciate any feedback to modifications because they might shape program direction.
Future iterations will show the low skilled isolated individual gets stuck in a cycle of "no-growth." I would also like to explore the dynamics of how the learner reduces dependence on the tutor.