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Critical action learning
Ordinary magic: developing services for children with severe communication difficulties by engaging multiple voices
Action learning for strategic innovation in mature organizations: key cognitive, design and contextual considerations
Kuhn, Jeffrey; Marsick, Victoria
What has action learning learned to become?
Pedler, Mike; Burgoyne, John; Brook, Cheryl
Accounts of practice
Learning from the apprentice: an account of action research practice in a university department
Cockburn-wootten, Cheryl; Henderson, Alison; Rix, Caroline
Action learning: developing critical competencies for knowledge era workers
Action learning set meetings: getting started by ‘checking in'
Hughes, Mark; Bourner, Tom
Action learning as a tool for developing networks and building evidence-based practice in public health