The Action Learner's Toolkit
A practical guide for those using (or planning to use) action learning, covering the underlying principles behind the approach and providing a series of tools which can aid the organization to successfully adopt it. It includes a comparison of action learning and traditional learning along with tools and techniques for the following parts of the process, including: the client/sponsor role; programme preparation; programme start-up; ground rules; how to select appropriate problems and projects; the composition/meetings/process of action learning sets; the role of the set advisor; and methods of supporting and evaluating the process.
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Action learning and traditional learning
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