Achieve Intended Consequences

Some articles on achieve intended consequences, achieve, intended consequences:

Chris Argyris - Action Science
... Human actions are designed to achieve intended consequences and governed by a set of environment variables ... When actions are designed to achieve the intended consequences and to suppress conflict about the governing variables, a single loop learning cycle usually ensues ... On the other hand, when actions are taken, not only to achieve the intended consequences, but also to openly inquire about conflict and to possibly transform the governing variables, both single loop and ...
Action Research - Major Theories - Chris Argyris' Action Science
... Humans design their actions to achieve intended consequences and are governed by a set of environment variables ... When actions are designed to achieve the intended consequences and to suppress conflict about the governing variables, a single loop learning cycle usually ensues ... On the other hand, when actions are taken, not only to achieve the intended consequences, but also to openly inquire about conflict and to possibly ...

Famous quotes containing the words consequences, achieve and/or intended:

    Every expansion of government in business means that government in order to protect itself from the political consequences of its errors and wrongs is driven irresistibly without peace to greater and greater control of the nation’s press and platform. Free speech does not live many hours after free industry and free commerce die.
    Herbert Hoover (1874–1964)

    My object all sublime I shall achieve in time—
    To let the punishment fit the crime— The punishment fit the crime; And make each prisoner pent Unwillingly represent
    A source of innocent merriment! Of innocent merriment!
    Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)

    A virtuous expediency, then, seems the highest desirable or attainable earthly excellence for the mass of men, and is the only earthly excellence that their Creator intended for them.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)