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Action Learning: Research and Practice

2004 - 2018

Current editor(s): Kiran Trehan and Clare Rigg

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Volume 15, issue 1, 2018

Past, present and future – how do we know what we know in action learning? pp. 1-2 Downloads
Clare Rigg
Learning, action and solutions in action learning: investigation of facilitation practice using the concept of living theories pp. 3-17 Downloads
Chandana Sanyal
Collaborative knowledge and intellectual property: an action learning conundrum pp. 18-27 Downloads
Tish Elliott and Mike Pedler
The Nurses Memorandum of 1938: a first step in the development of action learning? pp. 28-37 Downloads
Tom Bourner, Cheryl Brook and Mike Pedler
An invitation to reflect on facilitation and evaluation within action learning pp. 38-39 Downloads
Kathryn Winterburn, Sue Smith, Christine Abbott and Kath Aspinwall
Leadership development through virtual action learning: an evaluation pp. 40-51 Downloads
Kath Aspinwall, Mike Pedler and Phil Radcliff
A new facilitator in action and on action pp. 52-60 Downloads
Greta Hofman
Making facilitation work: the challenges on an international DBA action learning set pp. 61-67 Downloads
Jack OFarrell
Emphasing and enriching both episteme and techne pp. 68-68 Downloads
Judith Breen, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and Brian Milsom
Managing change, creativity and innovation pp. 69-72 Downloads
John Edmonstone
Lead and disrupt – How to solve the innovator's dilemma pp. 72-73 Downloads
Annie Yeadon-Lee
Paradox regained pp. 73-78 Downloads
Mike Pedler
A very short, fairly interesting and reasonably cheap book about studying organizations pp. 78-81 Downloads
Deborah M. Humphreys
How to Coach Your Team – Release team potential and hit peak performance pp. 81-83 Downloads
Wyn Owen
Understanding social enterprise 2nd edition pp. 84-86 Downloads
Christine Abbott

Volume 14, issue 3, 2017

Developing a sense of appreciation for inquiry pp. 213-215 Downloads
David Higgins
The innovation paradox: a selective review of the literature on action learning and innovation pp. 216-229 Downloads
Mike Pedler and Cheryl Brook
Assessing the value of action learning for social enterprises and charities pp. 230-242 Downloads
Sue Smith and Laurie Smith
Navigating with inner knowing and awakened presence: an approach to leading in a complex world pp. 243-255 Downloads
Katharina C. Sell
Impacts and effects of action learning in practice pp. 256-257 Downloads
Sue Smith, Kathryn Winterburn, Kath Aspinwall and Christine Abbot
An action learning approach to the question: are ambulance response time targets achievable? pp. 258-268 Downloads
Alan Slater
Delivering Australian vocational qualifications through action learning pp. 269-274 Downloads
Robert Cother and Genevieve Cother
Using action learning sets to support students managing transition into the clinical learning environment in a UK medical school pp. 275-285 Downloads
Anne McKee and Sharon Markless
A refreshed focus for a new reality pp. 286-286 Downloads
Judith Breen, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and Brian Milsom
Managing & organizations: an introduction to theory and practice (4th edition) pp. 287-288 Downloads
Jim Stewart
The Routledge companion to reinventing management education pp. 288-292 Downloads
Jeff Gold
Reflexive leadership pp. 292-295 Downloads
George Boak
A very short, fairly interesting and reasonably cheap book about human resource management pp. 295-298 Downloads
Margaret Nicholson
Qualitative methods in business research pp. 298-301 Downloads
Liz Yeomans
Editorial Board pp. ebi-ebi Downloads
The Editors

Volume 14, issue 2, 2017

Translation across multiple boundaries pp. 103-103 Downloads
Clare Rigg
Bourdieu’s habitus and field: implications on the practice and theory of critical action learning pp. 104-119 Downloads
Rob Warwick, Janet McCray and Douglas Board
Enhancing postgraduate learning and development: a participatory action learning and action research approach through conferences pp. 120-135 Downloads
Lesley Wood, Ina Louw and Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt
Western practices in Chinese governance: a case study of the implementation of action learning pp. 136-155 Downloads
Miklós Horváth
On being curiously safe pp. 156-157 Downloads
Christine Abbott, Kathryn Winterburn, Kath Aspinwall and Sue Smith
Business Action Learning Tasmania (BALT) – an account of practice pp. 158-166 Downloads
Genevieve Cother and Robert F. Cother
Action learning as an element within an assessed and supported year in employment for newly qualified social workers: a three-role perspective pp. 167-173 Downloads
Carol Wells, Ikedola Animashaun and Anneliese Gibb
Weaving action learning into the fabric of manufacturing: the impact of humble inquiry and structured reflection in a cross-cultural context pp. 174-184 Downloads
Elizabeth A. Luckman
Safe or unsafe? The paradox of action learning pp. 185-196 Downloads
Jane Robertson and Diane Bell
New questions for learning pp. 197-197 Downloads
Judith Breen, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and Brian Milsom
The return of the learning organisation? pp. 198-202 Downloads
Mike Pedler
A critical introduction to coaching and mentoring pp. 202-205 Downloads
Mary Holmes
Homo prospectus pp. 205-209 Downloads
Tom Bourner
Universities and global human development: theoretical and empirical insights for social change pp. 209-211 Downloads
Elaine Clarke
Inside organizations: exploring organizational experiences pp. 211-212 Downloads
Craig Johnson

Volume 14, issue 1, 2017

Finding and developing voice: enabling action through scholarly practice pp. 1-2 Downloads
David Higgins
Turning to case studies as a mechanism for learning in action learning pp. 3-17 Downloads
Denise O’Leary, Paul Coughlan, Clare Rigg and David Coghlan
Challenges of adopting constructive alignment in action learning education pp. 18-28 Downloads
Björn Remneland Wikhamn
From real life to real life: bringing ‘double awareness’ from Action Learning programmes into organisational reality pp. 29-49 Downloads
Lotte Svalgaard
Crafting action learning to the context? pp. 50-52 Downloads
Kath Aspinwall, Chris Abbott, Sue Smith and Kathryn Winterburn
Critical action learning: a method or strategy for peer supervision of coaching practice pp. 53-61 Downloads
Arthur Turner, David Tee and Sally Crompton
Enhancing care for older people living in nursing homes in rural Australia using action learning as a catalyst for change pp. 62-71 Downloads
Wendy Penney, Julienne Meyer, Penny Cash, Lisa Clinnick and Louise Martin
Virtual action learning: a pilot in building leadership capacity pp. 72-82 Downloads
Phil Radcliff
Action learning in postgraduate research training pp. 83-95 Downloads
Trevor Marchand
Writing and doing action research pp. 96-99 Downloads
Genevieve Cother
Responsible leadership: realism and romanticism pp. 99-102 Downloads
Taposh Kumar Roy
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