While Experiential Learning has been an influential methods in the education and development of managers and management students, it has also been one of the most misunderstood. This Handbook offers the reader a comprehensive picture of current thinking on experiential learning; ideas and examples of experiential learning in practice; and it emphasises the importance of experiential learning to the future of management education.
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Chris Argyris, Joseph Champoux, D. Christopher Kayes, Ruth Colquhoun, John Coopey, Nelarine Cornelius, Elizabeth L. Creese, Gordon Dehler, Andrea Ellinger, Meretta Elliott, Silvia Gherardi, Jeff Gold, Steve G. Green, Kurt Heppard, Anne Herbert, Robin Holt, Martin J. Hornyak, Paula Hyde, Tusse Sidenius Jensen, Sandra Jones, Anna Kayes, Kirsi Korpiaho, Tracy Lamping, Enrico Maria Piras, Amar Mistry, Dale Murray, Jean Neumann, Barbara Poggio, Keijo Rasanen, Peter Reason, Michael Reynolds, Clare Rigg, Bente Rugaard Thorsen, Burkard Sievers, Stephen Smith, Sari Stenfors, Antonio Strati, Elaine Swan, Jane Thompson, Richard Thorpe, Kiran Trehan, Russ Vince, Jane Rohde Voight, Tony Watson, and Ann Welsh.
About the Editors:
Michael Reynolds and Russ Vince are both management teachers and researchers who have taken a particular interest in researching and writing on the theory and practice of management education. As this volume illustrates, their concern has been management education's methodologies and how these
relate to the organizational contexts in which managers work. Michael Reynolds is Emeritus Professor of Management Learning at Lancaster University Management School. Russ Vince is Professor of Leadership and Change at the School of Management, the University of Bath. Their previous collaboration
includes Organizing Reflection, a collection of papers in which contributors developed the concept and practice of reflection from an individual to a collective process.