Action Learning is a dynamic process for solving-problem, building teams, and developing leaders. It consists of two simple rules and six components: 1) the problem
2) a group of 4-8
3) a process that encourages questioning and listening
4) a resolution to take action
5) a commitment to learning
6) an action learning coach.
Action Learning is effective for solving problems of all sizes. It is most powerful for solving problems that require creative, out-of-the-box solutions. It is ineffective for solving puzzles, that is – a problem with a single solution. It teaches people to question and think about how to do it better; rather than the continuation of the old ways of doing tasks.
The following will review the ground rules, components and the basic process of Action Learning. Please review this video and post comments or questions below in the Response section.