Peer Reviewed

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Document Type

Article

Publication Date

25-9-2014

Keywords

Public-private partnership, double-loop learning, organizational learning.

Comments

This paper is based on the learning from a 3U Leadership Symposium.

The original article is available at http://journals.uob.edu.bh/jie/Pages/Contents.aspx

Abstract

This paper outlines a qualitative evaluation study of a leadership symposium, which was a partnership initiative, developed across two organizations and two professional groups (teaching and healthcare). It grew from a serendipitous meeting of like-minded academics, who were attempting to achieve similar outcomes with their student groups; namely, to disseminate graduates' action-oriented projects in a public forum. Data was collected from graduates (n=16) via open-ended questions and reflections on their experiences of carrying out their projects. The findings of the study are presented around the challenges, opportunities and learning from leading these change initiatives, using double-loop learning as a framework to interpret these findings. The symposium, offered a unique opportunity for exchange of learning across professions, from an inter-organizational level.

Disciplines

Educational Leadership | Higher Education | Medicine and Health Sciences | Other Teacher Education and Professional Development

Citation

Joyce P, Kinnarney P. Double-loop learning across healthcare and teaching professions. Journal of Inspiration Economy. 2014;1(1):23-34.