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Experiential Learning in Teams

Experiential learning theory (ELT; Kolb, 1984) provides a framework for understanding and managing the way teams learn from their experience. This article outlines the experiential approach to team learning and reviews research on the experiential perspective on teams. It examines the application of experiential learning principles to six areas of team functioning—purpose, membership, roles, context, process, and action taking—and describe how team effectiveness can be improved by focusing intentional learning effort on them.

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Anna B. Kayes, D. Christopher Kayes, and David A. Kolb

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