Action Learning: A Guide for Professional, Management and Educational Development
Action Learning is a method of learning that takes place with the support of a group (or "set") of colleagues working on real problems. Substantially revised & expanded, this guide explains how to develop action learning programs & sets, & how to go about finding & implementing solutions to real problems. It describes the key procedures & skills required to implement action learning & outlines applications both in higher education & for management development in industrial & service sectors.
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