Action Learning at Work

Action Learning at Work

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In this book Professor Mumford, himself a leading exponent of Action Learning, has brought together more than 34 articles and papers on the subject from a variety of sources. They reflect the experience not only of those responsible for AL programmes but also of learners and client organizations. A wide range of issues is addressed, from underlying philosophy to evaluation, from the learning process itself to ways of integrating the 'P' and the 'Q' of Revans' famous equation.Line managers, or people used to a more direct tutorial role, often have to adjust their style to suit the requirement of facilitation rather than direct teaching. ... It is quite unnecessary nowadays for anyone to see P and Q as Cain and Abel.

Title:Action Learning at Work
Author: Alan Mumford
Publisher:Gower Publishing, Ltd. - 1997-01-01

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