企業組織リーダーの経験からの学習 : 経験の振り返りの効果 Learning from Good and Bad Job Experience by Leaders : The Effect of Frequency, Standpoint, and Content in Self-Reflection
The purpose of this study was to examine effect of self-reflection on leader's learning from job experiences. And self-reflection was described in terms of (a) frequency of self-reflection, (b) standpoint of self-reflection (self, other, and situation), and (c) content of self-reflection (initiation, process, and result) on job experiences. A survey was conducted on 170 managers in Japanese company. The main results were summarized as follows: Firstly, frequency of self-reflection on good and bad job experiences promoted learning. Secondly, leader gained many lessons by bad job experiences more than good job experiences. Finally, leader who reflected on bad experience from a standpoint of self and who reflected on process of bad job experience, learned many lessons. These findings suggested that individual difference of learning was different depending on self-reflection.
- サピエンチア : 英知大学論叢
サピエンチア : 英知大学論叢 42, 103-115, 2008-02