It’s the final day of the 2014 International Action Learning Conference, at Ashridge with the theme of learning across the world – connecting and disrupting our practices. Speaking from the conference Ruth Cook said “I’ve had some fascinating conversations with seven Chinese colleagues including a talk on the history of action learning in China. They have been practicing action learning as we know it for 22 years but as you can see from the photo the roots of action learning go deep in Chinese culture”.
In the words of the Chinese President, Xi Jinping; “We must learn with a problem, learn in action, take actions while learning. We must apply our learning to actions then learn from the action. Learning and action must mutually enforce each other”.