Action Learning in Practice – Action Learning is the brain-child of Professor Reginald (Reg) Revans. Revans believed that management was a practical subject carried out by practical people in the real world of work. Not an academic subject to be taught by University Professors who, in the main had never been inside a real work place. This book explains the philosophy of Action Learning and describes the various models that have been developed and their applications. It provides an objective analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the various options and examines how Action Learning can help in today’s world to develop organisations and their people. Finally it offers reference information for those who would like to learn more including an article published by the author. We hope that you will find the publication useful and will be happy to help interested readers with further information or specific programme design.

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