Definition of Action Learning

Reg Revans in 1982 developed his active learning theory who brings an idea of improving problem-solving techniques with the help of support from the organization and the new initiatives about business development. Active learning is a process that involves small groups in an organization to solve practical problems and find out solutions to those problems. This helps individuals or teams to work in close coordination to find out creative solutions to unsolvable problems.


The Action Learning leader or coach help group members to make better understanding and bond among group members and improve group functioning and problem-solving techniques. Action learning makes participants become great leaders so they can solve real scenario difficult problems and implement immediate plans for better results.

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