Action Learning is a process that involves a small group working on real problems, acting, and learning as individuals, as a team, and as an organisation. It helps them to develop creative, flexible, and successful strategies to tackle problems. It requires the participants to act to learn and learn to act.
Action Learning is a well-known and renowned corporate strategy method that produces better insights and dramatically improves decision-making processes.
Action Learning is a learning philosophy that was developed in the 1940s by the British management consultant and professor, Reg Revans (1907-2003). It took shape when Revans brought coal mine managers together in small groups to share experiences and ask each other questions about what they had seen and heard. Productivity increased by 30% because of that. In the following decades, he further developed his insights into a much-praised and applied methodology, which is used by many large organizations across the globe.
Samsung, General Electric, Heineken, and Boeing all use Action Learning to solve complex issues and increase the learning capacities of their organizations.
Action Learning is a process of insightful questioning and reflective listening.
Action Learning tackles problems through a process of first asking questions to clarify the exact nature of the problem, reflecting and identifying possible solutions, and only then taking action. Questions build group dialogue and cohesiveness, generate innovative and system thinking, and enhance learning outcomes.
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