A double loop learning example
Single Loop Learning
Single-loop learning seems to be present when goals, values, frameworks and, to a significant extent, strategies are taken for granted. The emphasis is on ‘techniques and making techniques more efficient’ (Usher and Bryant: 1989: 87)
Any reflection is directed toward making the strategy more effective.
Double Loop Learning
Double-loop learning, in contrast, ‘involves questioning the role of the framing and learning systems which underlie actual goals and strategies