Dori Digenti


Dori Digenti is President and founder of Learning Mastery, an education and consulting firm focusing on collaboration and learning. Prior to Learning Mastery, Digenti held positions as Director of Training and Special Executive Programs at MIT, and Far East Regional Manager for Clearpoint Research Corporation, a high-tech Massachusetts firm. Dori has written extensively on organizational learning issues. She has led seminars on business strategy and learning at 3M, IBM, Ford Motor Company, Digital Equipment, Ingersol-Rand, The Pentagon, Army Research Laboratory, MIT, University of New Mexico, and others.Dori has an M.S. degree in Organization Development from American University, and a B.A. in Archaeology/Anthropology from Cornell University. She is a member of the Society for Organizational Learning, the Massachusetts Bay OD Learning Group, and the American University/NTL Alumni Association.

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Lessons from Everest: The Role of Collaborative Leadership in Crisis

On May 10, 1996, 26 climbers from several expeditions reached the summit of Mt. Everest, the world’s highest mountain. At 29,028 feet, the peak…

Collaborative Learning: Real-Time Practice for Knowledge Generation

It’s no surprise to most executives that we are in the early days of a major technological revolution that has had — or will…