A training program which focuses on doing rather than gaining knowledge, is group-oriented rather than student-oriented, and is more work-based than classroom-based reflects and approach known as ...
a. action learning
b. double-loop learning
c. single-loop learning
d. spiral of experience
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A training program which focuses on doing rather than gaining knowledge, is group-oriented rather than student-oriented, and is more work-based than classroom-based reflects an approach known as action learning.
According to http://www.scu.edu.au/schools/gcm/ar/arp/actlearn.html (Resource Papers in Action Research), "action learning can be defined as a process in which a group of people come together more or less regularly to help each other to learn from their experience."
On the other hand, double-loop and single-loop learning has to do with organization learning, i.e. how organizations learn. ...
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