Action Learning and its Applications: Present and Future

Perfect | March 16, 2010

EditorYury Boshyk

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This second volume of two discusses the employment of action learning in different contexts, including healthcare, education, government, military and the business world. Use of action learning in delivery of Future Search Conferences is addressed, as well as action learning in community and civil society and the future of action learning.

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This second volume of two discusses the employment of action learning in different contexts, including healthcare, education, government, military and the business world. Use of action learning in delivery of Future Search Conferences is addressed, as well as action learning in community and civil society and the future of action learn...

ROBERT DILWORTH is an Associate Professor Emeritas at Virginia Commonwealth University. YURY BOSHYK is founder of Global Executive Learning, a world-wide network of knowledge experts on global trends.

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Format:PerfectDimensions:307 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 1 inPublished:March 16, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230576419

ISBN - 13:9780230576414

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Table of Contents

Action learning in healthcare * Action learning in education * Action learning in government * Action learning in the military * Action learning in the business world * Action learning in community and civil society * Future search in action learning * Action learning and action research * Action learning and team effectiveness * Centrality of questions to action learning * Making space for reflection in action learning * Action learning: networks and communities of practice * Action learning through the lens of action learners * Looking to the future * Action learning: a resource guide