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MS in Human Resource Development
This study investigates the contribution barriers to Action Learning play in limiting its use in United States organizations. Reviewing literature on current practices identifies barriers to Action Learning. Seven hypotheses are tested to determine if there is a significant difference between the practices used in US Action Learning programs versus similar programs in non-US organizations. Results of a survey administered to a sample of Action Learning practitioners did not substantiate any of the seven hypotheses.
Comparetta, Christopher, "Barriers to Action Learning in the United States" (2001). Education Masters. Paper 175.
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