- n. Plural form of learning.
“I had my misgivings about this, given my learnings from the post-Tsunami scenario, not least because of your own postings on the matter.”
“Failing to pass the test of essential learnings is supposed to be an indicator of, well, of being stupid, I guess.”
“Failing to pass the test of essential learnings is supposed to be an indicator of an ineffective school or district - it is not supposed to reflect on the student.”
“What we failed to do was create a model whereby; the long term learnings were just as important as short term ROI.”
“Once we get this leak capped, we would fully expect to share those learnings, which is key to what this group is doing.”
“Each has lessons (the Microsoft term is "learnings", which I refuse to use, since I consider it a non-word) that can be incorporated into the Microsoft world, just as I'm sure that we too have lessons to offer to these other worlds.”
“These are wonderful places to learn some of the techniques being used in order to bring those 'learnings' back to the US market," says Greco.”
“After information is delivered (training, new policies, etc.), break the meeting into groups of 5 to 8 people and challenge each small group to design a skit, song, rap, dance or other ways to recap part of the "learnings" from the session.”
“... in-house primarily based on "learnings" from New Zealand's ASB”
“All together, the last 17 years has been about much learnings of humility, courage, the impact of love and hate on our lives and on lasting peace among much more...”
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