Book Review: Breakthrough problem solving with action learning: concepts and cases

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Abstract

The emphasis in this book is on the “breakthrough thinking and action” that derives from bringing together complex problem solving and action learning. The book is structured in three parts, with the first part providing an overview of the challenges involved in twenty-first century problem solving. The second part of the book offers 31 action learning cases from a range of European, African, Asian and US companies (such as Toyota, Nationwide Insurance, PepsiCo and DuPont together with lesser known organisations and those operating in the third sector). By Michael J. Marquardt and Roland K. Yeo, Stanford University Press, ISBN 9780804774123, 2012
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)237-239
JournalEuropean Journal of Training and Development
Volume37
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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