Is action learning culture bound? An exploration
Action Learning: Research and Practice, 2019, vol. 16, issue 3, 223-237
The paper notes that action learning has spread globally and is used in a variety of local cultures. It considers Revansâ€™ involvement in this international aspect and explores the authorâ€™s own experience of action learning in cross-cultural contexts. It addresses the issue of 'acculturation' and draws evidence from a number of examples of action learning in varying cultural settings before offering some conclusions regarding action learning in cross-cultural contexts.
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