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  • Author:
    Y. Boshyk
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    031223094X
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    978-0312230944
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 2000 edition (December 1, 1999)
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    264 pages
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YURY BOSHYK is Professor of Political Economy and Strategy, Director of Executive Learning and Director of the Centre for Business Driven Action Learning at the . Series: Global Best Practices. Hardcover: 288 pages.

YURY BOSHYK is Professor of Political Economy and Strategy, Director of Executive Learning and Director of the Centre for Business Driven Action Learning at the Theseus International Management Institute. Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan (December 1, 1999).

Global Best Practices. Leading-edge companies worldwide have established best practice in this area. price for USA in USD (gross). This book shows how action learning can result in the effective and successful implementation of strategic executive development. Show all. About the authors. The contributors to these book are members of international companies, including Siemens, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Motorola, etc. who have participated in Action Learning programmes at the Theseus International Management Institute. Table of contents (19 chapters).

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They have done this through business driven action learning executive programs and processes. The key assumption of business driven action learning is that in today's competitive environment, individual and organizational learning must be greater than the rate of change.

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Business-Driven Action Learning (BDAL) is an approach used by companies and organizations to engage their people .

Business-Driven Action Learning (BDAL) is an approach used by companies and organizations to engage their people in exploring and resolving critical challenges and opportunities, while at the same time enhancing their leadership development and self-awareness. business-driven' process that can make a contribution to business success (Boshyk, 2000) at the same time as ensuring that " organizational and individual learning is always greater than the rate of change " (Boshyk, 2002, p. 39).

Business Driven Action Learning: Global Best Practices. US, Davies-Black Publishing. Rohlin, . Turner, E. and others. Earning while Learning in Global Leadership: the Volvo MiL Partnership. Sweden, MiL Publishers AB. Sawchuk, P. H. 2003. Basingstoke, UK: Macmillan.

Business Driven Action Learning: Global Best Practices Author: Yuri Boshyk Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan Publishing Date: March 2000 ISBN: 9780312230944 Business-driven action learning addresses the need fo. .

YURY BOSHYK is Chairman of the annual Global Forum on Executive Development and Business Driven Action Learning, a 15-year-old .

YURY BOSHYK is Chairman of the annual Global Forum on Executive Development and Business Driven Action Learning, a 15-year-old community of practice. He is also Chairman of The Global Executive Learning Network, a worldwide association of professionals involved in assisting multinationals and others in the design and implementation of executive education

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Many global companies have been focused upon strategic executive development within a competitive environment. Often this has resulted in complex theoretical models which have had little or no practical application or impact. Leading-edge companies worldwide have established best practice in this area. This book shows how action learning can result in the effective and successful implementation of strategic executive development.