Heutagogy: A Child of Complexity Theory

  • Stewart Hase
  • Chris Kenyon

Author Biographies

Stewart Hase
Chris Kenyon has many years experience as a senior consultant and educator. He has been director of two consulting organisations, and has worked with private companies and government departments in Australia, New Zealand, Zambia, Saudi Arabia, USA, Thailand and Malaysia. His book on cross-cultural communication was a recommended text in many university courses, and for six years he ran the “Strategies for Success” seminars designed to enhance the performance of senior executives. He was director of an MBA level program for ten years, and is still a guest presenter on a number of postgraduate courses. With Dr Stewart Hase in 2000, he introduced Heutagogy as a new approach to learning.
Chris Kenyon
Stewart Hase is an academic, psychologist and psychotherapist, educator and consultant. Until the end of 2007 he is employed at Southern Cross University in the Graduate College of Management, in Northern NSW, Australia, where he has been for 19 years. At the end of the year he is going into semi-retirement and will pursue other interests as well as consulting should he be able to find anyone to drag him away from golf, fishing, surfing, walking, reading and writing. It’s tough but someone has to do it!
Published
2007-07-01
Section
Semantic Play and Possibility