Learning Methods of BDAL

BDAL involves a method that uses actual strategic business issues and specific projects as the basis for investigation and project team work.

Business Driven Action Learning embraces a full range of learning methods.
  • Traditional methods: lectures and cases
  • Individual learning: Profile instruments, learning journals, reflection, self evaluation, coaching
  • Consulting methods: researching, analyzing, interviewing, presenting; communicating, implementing
  • Benchmarking and best practices: best practice visits, competency analysis, experiential learning and gap analysis
  • Team-based learning: presentation, coaching
  • Information technology: knowledge management, groupware, distributed learning, simulation, video conferencing