By Yury Boshyk
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9 Revans’ reaction, and it was typical of him, was to draw on his still persisting physical fitness and to proceed north to Durham; there he spent a number of weeks working down in the mines at the coalface with rough and robust miners well-educated in the harsh facts of mining operations. Not for Revans the modern practice of assuming expertise about something one has never done oneself! It was during this coalface interlude that another important observation emerged for Revans amongst these perspiring miners, who were highly reliant on each other for their safety and successful team work.
The study, led by Revans, involved the 10 largest hospitals in London (1982a, pp. 245–79). Each had some common problems – namely, a very high turnover rate for nurses (as high as 67 percent), high mortality rates, long hospital stays, and demoralized staffs. Professionals from one hospital were sent from their own hospital to one with which they were unfamiliar. They found the environment quite different, even though they were both related to hospitals. When medical professionals were sent from hospital A to hospital B, they could also find that they were operating in a different part of the hospital and specialty area than they were accustomed in their own hospital.
Barker, Genuine Action Learning: Following the Spirit of Revans (Hyderabad: ICFAL University Press), pp. 155–82. 2 Remembering Reg Revans: Action Learning’s Principal Pioneer Albert E. Barker This historical sketch of the life of Reg Revans, my close friend and colleague for many years, is based on innumerable conversations with him, input from his family and friends, and access to his personal records. Reg eschewed biographies and other forms of personal recognition but, in his later years, he became more receptive to providing me with information on which a profile of his life could be based.
Action Learning: History and Evolution by Yury Boshyk