This document lays out the approach used by Team Academy coaches and programs like Mondragon University's LEINN program, as of 2010. What makes it interesting is the way cooperative, team learning combines with the creation of cooperative businesses. The focus is on entrepreneurship; I would love to see a re-make that focused on cooperativism.
One of the many interesting sources I have read in the Masters in Social Economy and Cooperative Management at Mondragon University. In these slides you see a frank critique of the evolution of cooperative ideology in the Mondragon Cooperative Experience. The practice of critical self-reflection within Mondragon is a real strength, even as they lament the failure to maintain cooperative values and strategies for social transformation.
By Matt Noyes
(English version of an article written in Winter 2005 for the Center for Transnational Labor Studies. Slight edits made in April 2009)
A previous version of this article appeared in two editions of the Labor Law Semi-monthly Bulletin “Rodo Horitsu Junpo” No. 1594, Tokyo, February, 2005.
Some articles related to worker education, internet speech, and union democracy.
by Matt Noyes (published in Japanese by Rodo Horitsu Junpo, Labor Law Semi-Monthly, translated by Ishikawa Kimihiko: マット・ノイズ（石川公彦訳）「労働者教育の問題点：ニューヨーク市立大学に拠点をおく複数の労働者教育センターにおける教育実践から」(pdf)〔『労働法律旬報』1694号（2009年４月25日発行）掲載)