I’ve just rediscovered a book review I did on Training Zone and thought I would share it, even though it was 5 years ago.
It is for a small and rather humble looking book by Bill Krouwel, an old stalwart of experiential learning.
But it was and still is a fantastic guide to how to use (and not to use) experiential learning in a management development context.
It is easy to give people tasks to do and create the appearance of learning. They are enjoyable and refreshing - even exciting. But it is harder to find meaningful learning from well-designed experiences that resonate even back at work. This book does a great job of explaining how and why.
You can still get the book on Amazon.
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