Provides a definition of the purpose and role of action learning (AL) in management education. Gives examples of programmes in a university business school strongly committed to action learning and outlines some of the benefits of this approach for individuals. Acknowledges that AL is less straightforward and more demanding than a traditional taught programme but potentially could achieve a much wider range of learning outcomes.
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