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Chapter 11 | Using T-Groups to Develop Action Research Skills in Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous Environments

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Using T-Groups to Develop Action Research Skills in Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous Environments
Michael KrotLisa Stefanac

Action research contrasts with conventional research in placing emphasis on constructive participation and influence of the researcher in the organizational phenomena under investigation.

This calls for more skill in investigating, designing, and updating approaches that increase the awareness and skills of action researchers to intervene in social systems and improve their ability to diagnose change situations in real-time.

The purpose of this chapter is to re-introduce an early action research practice, the Training or ...

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