Self managed learning: development for the 21st century

Self managed learning: development for the 21st century
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Garrow, Valerie
Roffey Park Institute
Date of publication
1 July 1998
People management: all aspects of managing people
Business and management
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Self Managed Learning (SML), the subject of this report, is a learning approach that mirrors the management process. It has been widely used at Roffey Park in qualification programmes, in-company programmes and open programmes and reflects Roffey Park’s holistic approach to learning.  There is much anecdotal evidence to suggest that SML is particularly effective in equipping managers with the skills required to work in an environment of change and ambiguity. This research project by means of a survey, has tried to find more substantial evidence and examples of positive benefits or difficulties, that individuals have identified following an SML programme.

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