Organizational learning is the ability of an organization to gain insight and understanding from experience through experimentation, observation, analysis, and a willingness to examine successes and failures. There are two key notions: organizations learn through individuals who act as agents for them; at the same time, individual learning in organizations is facilitated or constrained by its learning system.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 12/14/2009
Digital publication details: 6 pages.
Organizational learning is still seeking a theory and there can be no (and perhaps cannot be) agreement on the dimensions of the learning organization. However, useful models associated with learning and change can be leveraged individually or in association to reflect on the overall system of an organization.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 04/14/2009
Digital publication details: 8 pages.
Many work arrangements discourage learning. In organizations, classroom instruction is obviously not the most efficient method. However, if e-learning is to justify the publicity that surrounds it, there is a great need to understand its organizational environment and to evolve design principles.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 11/14/2010
Digital publication details: 7 pages.
The thesis "The growing scenario: a generative ecosystem for a bioactive city" explores the potential of biologically inspired digital design at the urban scale. Efficient biological systems that evolved over the course of time are proving to be useful models for man and his research. How can we contribute to human and environmental good by learning about material and design from nature? We would like to demonstrate there is a way to make things more efficient and effective: using the right (high) technology and processes with zero waste, zero mess and at a very low cost, and investing into human and natural resources, we can morph at architectural scale. Our goal is to enhance the relationship between the human, the built and the natural environments by employing design principles inspired by nature and implementing them in the invention of digital design technologies.
Uploaded by anna_brambilla on 03/27/2012
Digital publication details: 286 pages.
Digital Representation is a module in the first year of the graduate diploma in architecture at Westminster University that runs in the first semester. Here are my explorations based on the lectures given throughout the module. The focus was on learning Bentley's Generative Components and scripting syntax through Processing.
Uploaded by michaeljclarke on 01/15/2012
Digital publication details: 51 pages.
Appreciative inquiry is the process of facilitating positive change in organizations. Its basic assumption is uncomplicated: every organization has something that works well. Appreciative inquiry is therefore an exciting generative approach to organizational development. At a higher level, it is also a way of being and seeing.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 12/14/2008
Digital publication details: 4 pages.
Mid-term learning portfolio for ARCH 21 at CCSF
Uploaded by megumikonishi on 10/22/2009
Digital publication details: 14 pages.
Master's Thesis Publication that studies, performs, and evaluates generative modeling/parametric design on an urban riverfront site.
Uploaded by danmeier on 02/25/2013
Digital publication details: 83 pages.
Generative Design, Processing
Uploaded by samng on 04/20/2012
Digital publication details: 106 pages.
Re-Generate is an attempt to find long lost love and meaning in code by experimenting with generative art as the intersection between creative thinking and programming.
Uploaded by akshanish on 03/23/2013
Digital publication details: 108 pages.