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LPA made abundantly apparent, too, that even with comprehensive coverage of both students and staff in learning what makes a person 'information literate', without at least the most basic requirement for good practice in Information Literacy within Sixth Form projects across all subjects, those invaluable skills would be 'unlearnt' by students and staff year after year, and never achieve their full potential beyond the LRC.
In this vein, we think of an M&A process as an organisational renewal strategy that calls for an evolution strategy that recognises that the old systems have to be unlearnt gradually to give way to new organisational strategy.
Human behaviour is complicated and in order to change behaviour, the organisation needs to be destabilised, or unfrozen, before the old behaviour can be discarded or unlearnt and new behaviours adopted (Burnes, 2004).
In such conditions old habits must be unlearnt to give place to the learning of new ones.
According to Burnes (2004), during the first stage, unfreezing, "equilibrium needs to be destabilized (unfrozen) before old behavior can be discarded (unlearnt) and new behavior successfully adopted" (p.
As such, they can also be unlearnt especially for young people.
The good news is that what children learn to do, can also be unlearnt. Time and patience and love are more effective than drugs in this case, too.
But there were lessons that remained unlearnt in the safe world of make believe.
President Bush unlearnt the lessons of Neo-Conservatism even before his first term was over but there are those who will take longer, who believe in the efficacy of stick and carrot.
Philoponus suggests five or sooner, reasoning the child will learn more easily, is more pliant, has not learnt 'shrewdnesse' which must be unlearnt, would be removed from the company of rude children, and could go to university earlier which would be their parents' desire.
Crone ends her compelling treatment of early Makkan trade by concluding modestly: "This is a book in which little has been learnt and much unlearnt." (122) Yet in debunking the notion of early Christian era trans-Arabian trade patterns perpetuating well into the sixth and seventh centuries, she, like Serjeant, Simon, Ibrahim, Peters, and others, has made a considerable contribution to the study of early Islamic commercial historiography.