By Yury Boshyk
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1972) Small is Beautiful (London: Blond & Briggs). Weisbord, M. (2004) Productive Workplaces Revisited (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass). Willis, V. J. (2005) “Spontaniety and Self-Organizing in Action Learning”, in S. Reddy and A. Barker, Genuine Action Learning: Following the Spirit of Revans (Hyderabad: ICFAL University Press), pp. 155–82. 2 Remembering Reg Revans: Action Learning’s Principal Pioneer Albert E. Barker This historical sketch of the life of Reg Revans, my close friend and colleague for many years, is based on innumerable conversations with him, input from his family and friends, and access to his personal records.
The leadership dimension is one that gets contested. It often ends up centering on how intrusive the role of the team advisor/learning coach should be. In its most pronounced expression, the facilitator can almost be tantamount to the leader of the team. Revans minced no words about the role of the facilitator. He felt that the facilitator (the term he preferred) had a definite role in “jump-starting” the process but that, as the work of the team went forward, the team members themselves were their own best facilitators, and the external facilitator should stand back unless asked to participate.
That is why Revans engineered the exchanges! So, how does one resolve this apparent dilemma? In a sense, you cannot have it both ways – having those without expertise diagnose a problem and then expecting them to have the expertise to implement the solutions. In logic, there are two ways to deal with the horns of a dilemma. You either break one of the horns, or you escape between the horns. You do not want to break or discount either horn in this case. The solution seems to lie in escaping between the horns, because you need diagnosis (that is really Priority Number 1, because if you cannot diagnose the problem, you cannot treat it) and you also need implementation.
Action Learning: History and Evolution by Yury Boshyk