Posts Tagged ‘Action Learning Research & Practice’

Action learning contributes to UN work

The Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) is part of UN Habitat. It is an alliance of more than 75 global, regional and national partners … More

Action learning in the University

Action learning in the university by guest blogger Trevor H.J. Marchand, Emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology, SOAS

Professor Marchand’s blog discusses the results of using action learning with postgraduate research students at a London university. A full-length ‘ethnographic’ account of … More

Does action learning improve performance?

Does action learning increase performance?

We are often asked how do you demonstrate that action learning is an effective, powerful and cost-effective methodology for developing individuals, teams and organisations? Action learning can be challenging to evaluate and data collection for evaluation purposes can be time-consuming and expensive