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Learning Matters

This group will contain discussions motivated by the book titled " Narrative Matters."

The book is focused on understanding changes in Healthcare policy and the importance of Narrative in the change process. Narrative may be the antithesis of objectivity but this assertion about its plural is worth reading.

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Latest Activity: Jun 19

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8 June

Started by Paul Terlemezian Jun 19. 0 Replies

Once again from the Foreword - "I often feel that I write in order to understand what I am thinking."I also feel this way and I feel this way about speaking aloud to others.Lately, I have been overly…Continue

7 June

Started by Paul Terlemezian Jun 4. 0 Replies

From the Foreword of "Narrative Matters:""Op-ed pages and features are an increasingly important part of print journalism."This book was published in 2006 and there was not any proof or sources cited…Continue

6 June

Started by Paul Terlemezian Jun 3. 0 Replies

Would you rather learn from a PowerPoint presentation or learn from a story?I am sure you have learned from both at some time in the past!Quick - tell me something you learned from a PowerPoint in…Continue

5 June

Started by Paul Terlemezian Jun 3. 0 Replies

I often lament that no one is interested in good news.A common expression I have heard used in business meetings is that "Good news can wait - tell me the bad news first."The problem of course is…Continue

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