Continuous change and learning is a mantra we hear more frequently in an increasingly global, competitive world. Organisations are becoming more adept at building new capabilities and re-designing business processes. Training, whether linked to the deployment of the new capabilities or as part of an organisational change management initiative, is now commonplace. Yet, the opportunity offered by training, not simply to impart knowledge and develop skills but to reshape people’s ways of thinking and working, is rarely exploited. In this Lucid Thought we discuss how a grounded experiential learning intervention can be used as a key element of a wider process of transforming working practices, mindsets and culture.