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Action Learning: Research and Practice

2004 - 2022

Current editor(s): Kiran Trehan and Clare Rigg

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Volume 19, issue 1, 2022

What’s the use of action learning? pp. 1-2 Downloads
Cheryl Brook
Bridging research to practice via action learning pp. 3-18 Downloads
Jeff Gold and Mike Pedler
Codevelopment Action Learning during the pandemic – findings from two online co-learning and co-creation events pp. 19-32 Downloads
Maxime Paquet, Nathalie Sabourin, Nathalie Lafranchise, Ron Cheshire and Jeanne Pelbois
An action learning approach to mathematics learning in the light of the cognitional theory of Bernard Lonergan pp. 33-48 Downloads
Cornelia Connolly and Tom Cosgrove
Improving interdisciplinary online course design through action learning: a chinese case study pp. 49-64 Downloads
Na Li, Qian Wang, Jiajun Liu and Victoria J. Marsick
Mapping the journey of practice pp. 65-67 Downloads
Christine Abbott, Kathryn Winterburn and Chandara Sanyal
Because how we talk matters: using action inquiry to nurture a coaching culture pp. 68-80 Downloads
Cathy Sharp, Joette Thomas and Ruth Brown
The stakeholders in action learning: aiding individual transformative learning pp. 81-88 Downloads
Jane Robertson and Steyn Heckroodt
An account of practice on facilitated co-constructed action learning: a reflection of the executive education programme delivery pp. 89-98 Downloads
Bing Wu Berberich
Action learning and global challenges pp. 99-100 Downloads
Craig Johnson
The hidden power of systems thinking: governance in a climate emergency pp. 101-103 Downloads
George Boak
Leadership unravelled: the faulty thinking behind modern management pp. 103-106 Downloads
John Edmonstone
Gender and leadership pp. 106-109 Downloads
Hannah Wilson
Book Review: Creating a Healthy Organisation; Perceptions, Learning, Challenges and Benefits pp. 109-113 Downloads
Alaa Garad
Social work, critical reflection and the learning organization pp. 113-116 Downloads
Paul Taylor

Volume 18, issue 3, 2021

Call for Paper pp. 195-197 Downloads
The Editors
Together in adversity pp. 198-199 Downloads
George Boak
Action learning – a political affair pp. 200-210 Downloads
Farooq Mughal
Physical Co-location: an intersection of problem-solving and vicarious learning pp. 211-226 Downloads
Radhika Venkat, Amit Gupta, Jayanta Banerjee and Ramesh Babu Chellappan
Discourses of practice: an examination of KEF and its effects on the AL/HRD community pp. 227-249 Downloads
Catharine Ross, Lynn Nichol, Carole Elliott, Sally Sambrook and Jim Stewart
Writing an Account of Practice as a process of theorising in action learning pp. 250-256 Downloads
David Coghlan and Clare Rigg
Adapting for change: action learning as a method of working with uncertainty pp. 257-258 Downloads
Kathryn Winterburn
Action learning as a catalyst for change: the wicked problem of employment with a chronic health condition pp. 259-266 Downloads
Hannah Vaughan and Tricia Jolliffe
Looking at the bigger picture: designing and facilitating action learning across boundaries pp. 267-273 Downloads
Natalie Marguet and Hannah Wilson
The application of action learning at board level in a business emerging from distress pp. 274-279 Downloads
Joe Anwyll
Book review editorial 18.3 pp. 280-281 Downloads
George Boak, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and Hannah Wilson
Act like a leader, think like a leader pp. 282-283 Downloads
Clare Rigg
Power, politics, and organizational change: winning the turf game pp. 283-285 Downloads
Victoria Maxfield
Debating bad leadership: reasons and remedies pp. 286-288 Downloads
Michael Walton
Too good to be true? pp. 288-292 Downloads
MIke Pedler
Workplace intelligence: unconscious forces and how to manage them pp. 293-295 Downloads
John Edmonstone
Planned change: why Kurt Lewin’s social science is still best practice for business results, change management, and human progress pp. 295-297 Downloads
George Boak

Volume 18, issue 2, 2021

What does action learning look like today? pp. 89-90 Downloads
Cheryl Brook
What happens to P? Lessons from network action learning research pp. 91-101 Downloads
Paul Coughlan and David Coghlan
An emerging action learning framework to foster individual transformative learning during management development programmes pp. 102-120 Downloads
Jane Robertson, Nicky Terblanche and Heidi Le Sueur
The wicked problem of employee wellbeing: creating safe space within a change laboratory pp. 121-135 Downloads
Aileen Lawless and Katie Elizabeth Willocks
Action learning for neighbourhood improvement – from practice to theory pp. 136-150 Downloads
Asher Rospigliosi and Tom Bourner
Flexing, adapting and evolving action learning pp. 151-152 Downloads
Daniel Scott, Chandana Sanyal, Kathryn Winterburn and Christine Abbott
The use of action learning sets on a DBA programme – an account of practice from the students’ perspective pp. 153-158 Downloads
Dorothy Bird and Patrice Duffy
Oil and water? Combining Action Learning with academic theory pp. 159-166 Downloads
Diane Wilkinson and Joe Mackenzie
The ethos of action learning within a virtual Reflective Practice Forum: an account of practice drawing connections between action learning, community of practice and supervision frameworks pp. 167-174 Downloads
Chandana Sanyal, Julie Haddock-Millar, David Clutterbuck and Melissa Richardson
Editorial 18.2 pp. 175-176 Downloads
George Boak, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and Hannah Wilson
The rainmaker effect: Contradictions of the learning organisation pp. 177-179 Downloads
John Edmonstone
How to coach your team: release its potential and hit peak performance pp. 179-182 Downloads
Peter Hawkins
101 Coaching supervision techniques, approaches, enquiries and experiments pp. 182-184 Downloads
Sarah Crabbe
Productivity and innovation in SMEs creating competitive advantage in Singapore and South East Asia pp. 185-188 Downloads
Andreas Walmsley
What do entrepreneurs create? pp. 188-191 Downloads
John S. Park
CSR, Sustainability, and Leadership. 1st Edition pp. 191-193 Downloads
Paul Iles

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
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