A foundation for developing risk management learning by Stephen Hill

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Highlights of a Learning Foundation The learning dimensions described in this section are summarized in Table 1. An attempt has been made to point out the public servants who would benefit most from education and practice in each relevant learning dimension. An attempt has also been made to assign a degree of relative importance for each learning dimension. There are obvious dangers in ascribing these labels to each learning dimension: each concept and each manager will have distinct learning needs, and these needs and their relative importance will shift depending on the context at hand.

24 Learning Strategies in the Public Service Highlights of a Learning Foundation 9. Highlights of a Learning Foundation The learning dimensions described in this section are summarized in Table 1. An attempt has been made to point out the public servants who would benefit most from education and practice in each relevant learning dimension. An attempt has also been made to assign a degree of relative importance for each learning dimension. There are obvious dangers in ascribing these labels to each learning dimension: each concept and each manager will have distinct learning needs, and these needs and their relative importance will shift depending on the context at hand.

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