Experiential learning (EL) recognizes and celebrates knowledge generated outside institutions. If learning can be defined as change or transformation, in the sense of expanding our range of possibilities and action, experiential learning is expansion that challenges the hegemonic logic of expert knowledge, refuses disciplinary knowledge claims of universal validity, and resists knowledge authority based solely on scientific evidence. Experiential learning forms the basis of knowledge creation and OL concerns itself with the transformation of this knowledge into an organisational asset. Experiential learning and OL are key components of an organisational learning programme (OLP), and they feed the knowledge-based information system that completes the engagement necessary to realise the transformation of personal experience to a form that can be used and applied by the group or the whole organisation. Constructivism focuses on the socially constructed nature of learning. In doing so it requires the re-examination of the cultural assumptions that underpin the context within which learning takes place.