Published April 16, 2004
by Routledge .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Moving action learning from good to great, OPTIMIZING THE POWER OF ACTION LEARNING zeros in on the skills needed to apply its six critical components: the problem; group diversity; a reflective inquiry process; action strategies; individual, team, and organizational learning; the all-important participation of a well-trained action learning coach; and step-by-step procedures for introducing, implementing, and sustaining action by: Blended Learning in Action is a deep dive into what, why, and how blended learning can be meaningfully implemented and scaled. The purposeful integration of multiple stakeholder perspectives throughout the book was by: 2. This book is a complete guide for those practitioners who facilitate action learning and who can, in turn, develop the reflective practice and critical thinking skills now demanded of NQSWs. The authors use Action Learning to explore fundamental aspects of good . Anyhow, I believe that HBSP has recently released a rather improved book, "A Bias for Action," written by Heike Bruch and Sumantra Ghoshal. It strives to explain the idea that effective managers aren't necessarily busy managers. Busy managers being those who find comfort in just being active, without a vision or long-term goal for their group Cited by:
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