Office not the place to get work done? Maybe school is not the place to learn


I do like the work of business and management gurus who tend to look at things oddly, and ask the odd, just-right questions.

Jason Fried’s work found that most people, when they “need to get work done,” don’t go to an office.

Listen to his TEDS Talk, and consider, dear teacher or education administrator:  What if schools are not the places to teach, or worse, not places to learn?

Now:  Who the heck is Jason Fried?

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One Response to Office not the place to get work done? Maybe school is not the place to learn

  1. Black Flag® says:

    School is a place to learn like prison is a place infuse personal responsibility.

    Institutionalized behavior is destructive to the individual, regardless of that institution’s original reason for existence nor its task at hand.

    As long as the Yellow Bus operates, American society is at terrible risk of imploding.

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