A review of action learning literature 1994-2000: Part 2--signposts into the literature

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  • O'Neil J
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Reviews literature published during the period 1994-2000 concerning action learning. Many organizations now utilize action learning, and it is applied increasingly throughout the world. Action learning appears in numerous variants, but generically it is a form of learning through experience, by doing, where the task environment is the classroom, and the task the vehicle. For Part 1 of this review see record 2003-02598-001. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2003 APA, all rights reserved)

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  • Canada
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  • Experiential Learning
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  • Organizational Behavior
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  • Peter A C Smith

  • Judy O'Neil

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