workplace learning

Action learning and problem-based learning

Action learning and problem-based learning are methods of learning that involve solving real-world problems and applying new knowledge to solve those problems. The goal of this type of learning is to build practical skills and gain hands-on experience in problem-solving.

Steps for Action Learning and Problem-Based Learning:

  1. Identify a problem or challenge: Identify a problem or challenge that your team or organization is facing.
  2. Form a team: Form a team of employees who will work together to solve the problem.
  3. Research and gather information: Research the problem and gather information to help solve it.
  4. Develop a solution: Work with your team to develop a solution to the problem.
  5. Implement the solution: Implement the solution and observe the results.
  6. Reflect on the process: After the solution has been implemented, reflect on the process of solving the problem and what was learned.