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Action Learning: Research and Practice

2004 - 2021

Current editor(s): Kiran Trehan and Clare Rigg

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Volume 18, issue 1, 2021

Adaptive action learning: a refusal to define pp. 1-4 Downloads
Cheryl Brook, Aileen Lawless and Chandana Sanyal
Learning together, learning apart: integrated action learning through a socio-technical systems lens pp. 5-19 Downloads
Hannah Wilson, Matthew Tucker, Claire Hannibal and Zhuohua Qu
Adaptive action learning in an online community: facilitating a large cohort to deliver results pp. 20-37 Downloads
David Callaghan and Helen Collins
Lessons about action learning from undergraduate students in Budapest pp. 38-51 Downloads
Sára Csillag and Anna L. Hidegh
Using an action learning approach to support women social learning leaders’ development in sport pp. 52-66 Downloads
Erin Kraft and Diane M. Culver
Adapting action learning in the legal profession: the role of the ‘provided’ problem pp. 67-74 Downloads
Bernadette McDonald
Reflective journaling and WhatsApping as part of a management degree apprentice’s action learning practice pp. 75-83 Downloads
Joni Rhodes and Cheryl Brook
Leadership development: a complexity approach pp. 84-88 Downloads
Ian Lovegrove

Volume 17, issue 3, 2020

Looking back but thinking forward: embracing action from within … … … … pp. 257-258 Downloads
David Higgins
A tale of two ethoses: neoliberalism and action learning pp. 259-272 Downloads
John Edmonstone
Action learning for community development in a Korean context pp. 273-291 Downloads
Seung-Hee Park, Yonjoo Cho and Hyeon-Cheol Bong
An instrument of social action: Revans’ learning disabilities project (1969–1972) in a politico-historical context pp. 292-304 Downloads
Cheryl Brook
In the service of change pp. 305-307 Downloads
Christine Abbott, Daniel Scott, Kathryn Winterburn and Chandana Sanyal
Using action learning for the development of senior leaders in China pp. 308-313 Downloads
Tang Changjun
Fostering a culture of creativity and innovation pp. 314-325 Downloads
Colin Winning
Action learning in teacher education for teaching twenty-first-century thinking skills pp. 326-334 Downloads
Sevda Dolapcioglu
The action learning organisation pp. 335-336 Downloads
Judith Breen, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and George Boak
The Oxford handbook of the learning organization pp. 337-339 Downloads
George Boak
Agile and lean concepts for teaching and learning: bringing methodologies from industry to the classroom pp. 339-341 Downloads
Craig Johnson
Comment on Craig Johnson’s review pp. 342-342 Downloads
Bernhard Hauser
Radical organisation development pp. 343-346 Downloads
John Edmonstone

Volume 17, issue 2, 2020

Action learning in the time of corona pp. 167-168 Downloads
Cheryl Brook
Action learning: research and practice special issue pp. 169-171 Downloads
Cheryl Brook, Aileen Lawless and Chandana Sanyal
How do public leaders learn from society? A reflexive analysis of action learners pp. 172-185 Downloads
Anne Murphy, María José Canel and Xabier Barandiarán
Transforming traditional views of school leadership for school-community collaboration: a PALAR approach pp. 186-199 Downloads
Bruce Damons and Lesley Angelina Wood
Facilitating the facilitators of action learning in China: practices and prospects pp. 200-214 Downloads
Cheryl Brook and Christine Abbott
An Appreciation of the late Kath Aspinwall (11.02.1943–15.09.2019), who was a highly valued and committed member of this journal’s editorial team over the last decade pp. 215-215 Downloads
The Editors
Action learning – purpose, processes and perspectives pp. 216-217 Downloads
Chandana Sanyal, Kathryn Winterburn, Christine Abbott and Daniel Scott
The importance of action learning for a newly qualified social worker and the impact this has on frontline practice pp. 218-223 Downloads
Georgina Baines
Using action learning to raise self-awareness and increase accountable in a PR agency in Bangkok, Thailand pp. 224-231 Downloads
Anna Frummerin
Dis-ease of experience – a critically reflexive account of practice pp. 232-238 Downloads
Kathryn Winterburn
Re-framing theory and practice in current and future organisational contexts pp. 239-239 Downloads
Judith Breen, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and George Boak
Theorizing in organization studies: insights from key thinkers pp. 240-241 Downloads
David Coghlan
Hubristic leadership pp. 241-244 Downloads
John Edmonstone
Management and business research pp. 245-250 Downloads
Bernadette McDonald
Stop the rot: reframing governance for directors and politicians pp. 250-252 Downloads
Jim Stewart
Doing action research in your own organisation pp. 252-255 Downloads
Edel Roddy

Volume 17, issue 1, 2020

On social action pp. 1-9 Downloads
Mike Pedler
Practising change together – where nothing is clear, and everything keeps changing pp. 10-23 Downloads
Cathy Sharp
Participatory action research as political education pp. 24-33 Downloads
Éva Tessza Udvarhelyi
The transformative potential of action learning in community-based research for social action pp. 34-47 Downloads
Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt, Lesley Wood and Judith Kearney
Action learning and action research to alleviate poverty pp. 48-61 Downloads
George Boak, Jeff Gold and David Devins
Carbon management and community-based action learning: a theory to work experience pp. 62-71 Downloads
Annie L. Booth, Kyle Aben, Barbara Otter, Todd Corrigall, Christie Ray and Sinead Earley
Using participatory action learning to Empower the active citizenship of young people pp. 72-83 Downloads
Anna Jarkiewicz
Social action learning: applicability to comrades in adversity in Nigeria pp. 84-99 Downloads
Adrian Ogun, Reginald Braggs and Jeff Gold
Action learning in the service of food security and poverty alleviation in Mozambique pp. 100-107 Downloads
Armando Machevo Ussivane and Paul Ellwood
Developing the circular economy in Tasmania pp. 108-124 Downloads
Genevieve Cother
Exploring the challenges of system leadership in the voluntary and community sector pp. 125-137 Downloads
Stephen Moss
Using action learning to tackle food insecurity in Scotland pp. 138-147 Downloads
Chelsea Marshall and Ruth Cook
Developing empowered and connected leaders in the social sector: the Rank Foundation's engagement with Action Learning pp. 148-154 Downloads
Sam Anderson, Caroline Broadhurst, Siobhan Edwards and Michelle Smith
DIAL: the rise of cafe-based, drop-in action learning pp. 155-165 Downloads
Paul Levy and David Knowles
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