Contradiction – Kyoto Train Station (Stéfan/flickr)


Reda SadkiThinking aloud

4:35 p.m.

“My working hypothesis is that the learning that matters is mostly incidental and informal.”

“Maybe,” he smiled. “Yet, my conviction that we need to explore this is grounded in my formal training in knowledge management.”

5:17 p.m.

 “When we are under-funded and overwhelmed,” he sighed, “is just not the right time to go off on a tangential project!”

“I won’t argue with you. Let us go through with it to determine how useless it is to trade short-term survival tactics for long-term strategic thinking.”


Photo: Contradiction, Tokyo train station (Stéfan/flickr).