Extensive career in management and education. Teaching experience at all levels from high school through VET to postgraduate. Doctoral thesis on the learning organisation.

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Latest publications:
Development In Stages: We need to know where we are as well as where we want to go

Community development is often based on unrealistic expectations of member capabilities. Using a staged developmental framework allows a more accurate focus of capacity development interventions.

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Knowledge Management and the Learning Organisation: Synonyms or Antonyms?

Knowledge management and learning organisations are often regarded at least as complementary. On the contrary, it is argued in this paper that they are often antithetical.

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Learning and Development: What's the Difference?

An examination of the difference between learning and development based on transcendental phenomenological research

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The Learning Organisation: Spiritual Development and Higher Consciousness

Learning organisations are radical diversions from traditional command and control paradigms towards ones of faith and trust. Learning organisations must engage in spiritual development and achieve higher levels of consciousness.

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Learning, Education and Training: Is that a Tautology or an Oxymoron?

Learning, education and training are often used interchangeably. This causes unnecessary confusion, particularly in the context of the learning organisation. This paper seeks to clarify that confusion.

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The Essence of the Phenomenon of the Learning Organisation

A report on a transcendental phenomenological study of the learning organisation. It identifies the essence of the phenomenon of the learning organisation for eight co-researchers, and the implications of same.

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The Learning Organisation: A Rose by the Wrong Name?

This paper reports on a transcendental phenomenological investigation of the essence of the experience of the learning organisation. Are there different kinds of learning organisations?

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Management and Transcendental Phenomenology: Strange Bedfellows?

This paper demonstrates the usefulness of transcendental phenomenology as a research method in the field of management and organisational studies.

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Management Education for Australian Aborigines: The Murdi Paaki Experiment

This paper describes the genesis of an integrated educational program developed in partnership by Charles Sturt University, TAFE NSW and the Murdi Paaki Regional Enterprise Corporation (MPREC).

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Teaching as an Emergent Process in the Context of Learning and Development

This paper examines the role of teaching in the context of a developmental model of learning. It demonstrates the need for teaching to be as emergent as the learning process

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