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Action Learning: Research and Practice

2004 - 2020

Current editor(s): Kiran Trehan and Clare Rigg

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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

Volume 16, issue 3, 2019

A call to act through action! pp. 203-204 Downloads
David Higgins
Improving teamworking competence through action learning. Experiences in operations management education pp. 205-222 Downloads
Cristina Garcia-Palao, Maria J. Oltra-Mestre and Paul Coughlan
Is action learning culture bound? An exploration pp. 223-237 Downloads
John Edmonstone
Origins of the ethos of action learning pp. 238-253 Downloads
Tom Bourner and Asher Rospigliosi
Action learning: extending the reach pp. 254-255 Downloads
Kath Aspinwall, Kathryn Winterburn, Christine Abbott and Chandana Sanyal
An anger management programme as an action learning set pp. 256-265 Downloads
Gary Shepherd
How do facilitators most effectively support CAL?: an account of practice of a facilitator’s research project pp. 266-279 Downloads
Daniel Scott
The action learning organisation – an account of practice pp. 280-294 Downloads
Genevieve June Cother, Robert Fletcher Cother, William Stanley Woodworth, Leslie John Souster, Daniel Moriarty, Luke Miller, Roxanne Chugg and Christine Sophia Cother
Account of practice: using action learning to develop and educate undergraduate management degree apprentices pp. 295-303 Downloads
Becky Quew Jones and Cheryl Brook
Reconnecting with context and community pp. 304-305 Downloads
Judith Breen, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and Brian Milsom
Studying leadership: traditional and critical approaches pp. 306-309 Downloads
Stephen Brookes
Fostering critical thinking through collaborative group work: insights from Hong Kong pp. 309-311 Downloads
Robin Stanley Snell
The complete handbook of coaching: third edition pp. 311-314 Downloads
Mary Holmes
Systems leadership in health and social care pp. 314-317 Downloads
Sue Pritchard
Action learning and action research: genres and approaches pp. 317-321 Downloads
Cathy Sharp
Correction pp. 322-322 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 16, issue 2, 2019

Have leaders got the questioning habit? pp. 105-106 Downloads
Cheryl Brook
How to ask better questions? Dewey's theory of ecological psychology in encouraging practice of action learning pp. 107-122 Downloads
Rasmus Pedanik
Deriving an affinity for collective leadership: below the surface of action learning pp. 123-135 Downloads
Joseph A. Raelin
Beyond critical action learning?: Action learning’s place in the world pp. 136-148 Downloads
John Edmonstone
Facilitating action learning; an assumed norm? pp. 149-150 Downloads
Kathryn Winterburn, Christine Abbott, Kath Aspinwall and Chandana Sanyal
Becoming a midwife to wisdom: a retrospective account of practice of an action learning facilitator pp. 151-158 Downloads
Daniel Scott
Integration of the practice of mindfulness within action learning as an added component within a post graduate leadership programme: an account of practice pp. 159-165 Downloads
Chandana Sanyal
How to create an action learning environment that makes self and social awareness business-like pp. 166-177 Downloads
Dorte Sandager, Kirsten Bragh and Lotte Svalgaard
A double win: practice and participation in an action learning facilitators’ set pp. 178-186 Downloads
Nicola Wilson and Caragh Dewis
Finding new insights in the action and the learning pp. 187-188 Downloads
Judith Breen, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and Brian Milsom
A very short, fairly interesting and reasonably cheap book about cross-cultural management pp. 189-192 Downloads
John Edmonstone
The Palgrave handbook of organizational change thinkers pp. 192-196 Downloads
Yury Boshyk
The story cookbook: practical recipes for change pp. 196-198 Downloads
Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt
Conducting action research for business and management students pp. 198-200 Downloads
Bernadette McDonald
Learn how to fold a stingray! pp. 200-202 Downloads
Mike Pedler

Volume 16, issue 1, 2019

What can action learning offer a troubled world? pp. 1-2 Downloads
Clare Rigg
Action learning for social action pp. 3-4 Downloads
Mike Pedler and Sonja Antell
Examining the development of action learning practice in South Korea pp. 5-22 Downloads
Yonjoo Cho, Hyeon-Cheol Bong and Hyeong-Sook Kim
What can be learned from action learning coaching? Learnings of novice action learners and their coach pp. 23-36 Downloads
Angela Danielle Carter
Leadership development, wicked problems and action learning: provocations to a debate pp. 37-51 Downloads
John Edmonstone, Aileen Lawless and Mike Pedler
Trust and collaboration build new futures pp. 52-53 Downloads
Christine Abbott, Kath Aspinwall, Kathryn Winterburn and Chandana Sanyal
‘Once, there was a life, a life that someone could not enjoy’: Learning and development in an action research project pp. 54-61 Downloads
Sara Csillag
Creating a path out of bankruptcy through action learning pp. 62-67 Downloads
Mark Chrystal
Building high-performance teams through action learning pp. 68-76 Downloads
Peter Cauwelier
An account of practice: employing drawings and stories to enable reflective learning pp. 77-86 Downloads
Jane Robertson, Heidi le Sueur and Nicky Terblanche
Speaking with different voices for a new way of living pp. 87-87 Downloads
Judith Breen, Mike Pedler, John Edmonstone and Brian Milsom
The John Maynard Keynes of the 21st century? pp. 88-92 Downloads
Mike Pedler
An introduction to coaching skills: a practical guide pp. 92-94 Downloads
Mary Holmes
Executive Team Leadership in the Global Economic and Competitive Environment pp. 95-97 Downloads
Richard Hale
Global leadership perspectives – insights and analysis pp. 97-100 Downloads
Jean-Anne Stewart
A University Education pp. 100-104 Downloads
Tom Bourner
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