All Problems Stem from Interfaces, and That’s Where We Learn

All Problems Stem from Interfaces, and That’s Where We Learn | Socializing Workplace Learning.

In a recent post, Boundaries are for learning, Harold Jarche talks about how learning takes place at the boundaries of human systems. I agree, but interpret Harold’s assertion and thoughts in slightly different terms. In much of my experience, one phrase spoken by a mentor over twenty years ago continues to ring true: “All problems stem from interfaces.”

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