This paper is an edited version of an interview that presents information and insight into the background of ALARPM (action learning, action research and process management) not only as a field but also as a worldwide network association, thus facilitating understanding of the evolution and nature of these three concepts. The interviewee’s responses reflect her personal perspective, informed by both life experience and a theoretical framework that conceives of ALARPM first as a philosophy, a theory of learning and a methodology, and second as a method and technique.
Zuber‐Skerritt, O. and Farquhar, M. (2002), "Action learning, action research and process management (ALARPM): a personal history", The Learning Organization, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp. 102-113. https://doi.org/10.1108/09696470210428822
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