Given this week’s required readings and your further research, complete a 750-1,000 word Literature Synthesis
Critically evaluates key arguments from both a scholarly and a practitioner-oriented point of view;
• Critiques underlying assumptions evident in the articles and identifies any new insights for practice and scholarship;
• Extends the thinking and application of your review with additional resources and experiential analyses.
Consider in your synthesis the various perspectives on diversity and their meaning for leaders in organisations.
Your Literature Synthesis will be brought to the Learning Set for further consideration to inform the problematising of the workplace-based problem you have chosen for this module’s CAL Project.
Please submit your Literature Synthesis through the Turnitin
• Gold, J., Holman, D. & Thorpe, R. (2002) ‘The role of argument analysis and story telling in facilitating critical thinking’, Management Learning, September, 33 (3), pp. 371-388
• McLaughlin, H. & Thorpe, R. (1993) ‘Action learning – a paradigm in emergence: The problems facing a challenge to traditional management education and development’, British Journal of Management, 4 (1), pp. 19-27,
• Rigg, C. &Trehan, K. (2004) ‘Reflections on working with critical action learning’, Action Learning: Research & Practice, 1 (2), pp. 149-65,
• Willmott, H. (1994) ‘Management education: provocations to a debate’, Management Learning, 25(1), pp. 105-36,
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