Study Group

Joshua Kerievsky, well-known agile software development coach, writes about learning: “While attendees of a lecture may seek information, attendees of a study group seek transformation; they want to make what they study not only something they understand, but something they may use in their everyday lives or work. The study group thus acts as a bridge, helping people move from passive to active learning.”[*]

Form a small group of colleagues who are interested in exploring or continuing to learn about a specific topic.


You and others in the organization would like to learn more about a new idea. There are some resources on the topic, ...

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