via MIT by Otto Scharmer and Team
Since 2015, over 75,000 people from 183 countries have taken part in u.lab. As of this writing, the current cohort includes approximately 20,000 participants. Some of us have 30 years of work experience; others are in high school or college. Some are from the business sector; others work in government, civil society, education, healthcare, the arts, media, as social entrepreneurs – and much more. We’re thrilled that you have decided to join us in this journey through u.lab!
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This is a course for active, experiential learners. The ideas and practices in u.lab 1x are best understood by trying them. While it’s possible to benefit from this course by only watching the videos, the real learning happens when you apply these methods to a question or challenge in your work or life. This will mean that you spend a significant amount of your time in u.lab away from your computer. We suggest you pick an issue that matters to you, and for which the way forward is not currently clear. To give you an idea of how this might work, here are a few examples of how u.lab is being used around the world.