What are the important elements for using “action learning”?

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Michael Marquardt (Author & Professor, George Washington University)

Marquardt explains some of the important elements that need to be addressed when using the “action learning” process. He talks about the type of project the process can be used for, recommended group size, and how the process needs to focus on questions and the development of breakthrough strategies.


About Author

Michael Marquardt

Author & Professor, George Washington University

Dr. Michael Marquardt is Professor of Human Resource Development and International Affairs as well as Program Director of Overseas Programs at George Washington University. Mike also serves as President of the World Institute for Action Learning. He has held a number of senior management, training and marketing positions with organizations such as Grolier, American Society for Training and Development, Association Management Inc., Overseas Education Fund, TradeTec, and U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Dr. Marquardt has trained more than 95,000 managers in nearly 100 countries since beginning his international experience in Spain in 1969. Mike is the author of 20 books and over 100 professional articles in the fields of leadership, learning, globalization and organizational change.

Interviewed By

Jennifer Crumpton

Jennifer Crumpton

Sarder TV Anchor, Author & Media Professional

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