Participative transformation?

I have recently written a book review of Participative transformation learning and development in practising change, by Roger Klev and Morten Levin in the Journal Action Learning:  Research and Practice, 2015

They propose that given the challenges of the uncertainty in which we live, there is a need for learning processes that support and develop the practice of leading change, not by copying recipes or methods, but by being able to create collective reflections around our own and others’ experiences.

So, it’s highly relevant to discussions about developing a ‘Scottish Model’ of learning and change, leadership development and the challenges of health and social care integration.

I hope that their book and my appreciative critique of it can contribute.

The first 50 people who download it through this link will be able to do so for free.


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