This paper describes the successful application of reflective learning journals to promote critical self‐awareness and improve both individual and team performance among members in 11 management undergraduate teams conducting management research projects. Qualitative analyses of the journals revealed several major themes; for example, management skills development, leadership, team communications, stresses of team work, and individual versus team work. Analyses of the journaling evaluation data showed that participants found journaling a useful learning tool. Recommendations are presented for those interested in using reflective learning journals to improve individual and team performance.
Loo, R. and Thorpe, K. (2002), "Using reflective learning journals to improve individual and team performance", Team Performance Management, Vol. 8 No. 5/6, pp. 134-139. https://doi.org/10.1108/13527590210442258Download as .RIS
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