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the individual learner's relationship to
embrace a model where we could focus
knowledge. Once this relationship is
on the space where learning happened
redefined, I can see how it will
instead of defining the learning, what
manifest itself throughout the entire
would that look like? My first thought
model and
is chaos, but then
force change at
as I think about
The learner will now
No
it a bit longer, if it
control his or her relationship every level.we
longer will
was chaos, who
to knowledge and make
choose what,
would be at fault,
how, when and
the learner or the
intelligent connections.
to what extent
educator? As a
others will learn. Instead, the learner
lifelong educator, my initial realization
will now control his or her relationship
to this change was difficult to accept,
to knowledge and make intelligent
but in time I began to see it all around
connections. It is then on us to evolve a
me, and come to the conclusion that as
construct for this to happen, free of
a leader I needed to embrace change
chaos.
and to get out in front of it.
Perhaps you're reading this and are
All of this will mean significant
already imagining the possibilities. If
change and ongoing evolution for
so, you're finding out as I did that they
learning organizations. At the most
are endless.
fundamental level, it means redefining

So what is our vision for the future?
We will continue evolving from an
organization where education is
something we do to and for the learner;
to an organization where education is
something the learner does to and for
themselves in a space that we design
and continue to foster for innovation
and growth. It's certainly a process, and
so far it's been an exciting journey. I

William Magagna is the head of global product education for Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics. Email Bill at
william.magagna@siemens.com.

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