Action Research In Organisationsby Jean McNiff, Jack Whitehead
Pub. Date: 01/01/2001
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Action research is increasingly perceived and used as a powerful metho dology to promote professional awareness and development. This text de monstrates how it can be utilized to promote management and organizati onal improvement. See more details below
Action research is increasingly perceived and used as a powerful metho dology to promote professional awareness and development. This text de monstrates how it can be utilized to promote management and organizati onal improvement.
- Taylor & Francis
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- Routledge Studies in Human Resource Development Series
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Table of Contents
Introduction Part 1: What is the Nature of Organisational Knowledge? 1. Learning Organisations and the Responsibility of Managers 2. Learning Organisations as Good Societies 3. Action Research, Power and Control Part 2: How is Organisational Knowledge Acquired? 4. Doing Research 5. Empirical Research 6. The Interpretive Research Paradigm 7. The Critical Theoretic Research Paradigm 8. Action Research Part 3: How is Organisational Knowledge put to Use? 9. Action Research in Organisations 10. New Theories of Organisation Part 4: What are the Implications for Living Theories of Organisation as Generative Transformational Processes? 11. What Should be the Focus of Management Education? 12. My Epistemology of Practice of the Superintendency 13. How One School is Fulfilling the Vision of Peter Senge's 'Learning Organization'
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