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Practising Social
Change

ISSUE TWO

Practising Social Change is the practitioner’s journal
of The NTL Institute for Applied Behavioural Science
The National Training Laboratories (NTL)
was founded in 1947 by Kurt Lewin and
other pioneering educators, as a nonprofit educational organisation, for the
purpose of advancing the field of Applied
Behavioural Science. Lewin is famously
quoted as saying: “There is nothing so
practical as a good theory”. His genius
was an unparalleled ability to work at
the intersection of theory and practice;
he applied theory to practice, and from
practice, created new theory.
NTL is credited with pioneering
experiential learning approaches to adult
education and organisational change
and, for sixty years, it has served as an
incubator for many of the theories and
methods used to create social change
today. In this journal, Practising Social
Change, the world-wide professional
community of NTL members and
associates describe how reliable and
emerging theories of learning and change
come alive in the real world.
Practising Social Change, therefore, is
a medium for practitioners who seek to
work at their own developmental edge:

Practising Social Change is available electronically to
subscribers twice a year.
NTL’s scholar’s journal is The Journal of Applied
Behavioural Science, published quarterly and available
at www.ntl.org.

curious, conceptual thinkers charged
with supporting sustainable change
in work relationships, in teams, in
organisations, in communities, or in the
larger society, and who may be able to
learn from the experiences of others in
different parts of the world. This journal
is a collaborative and reflective meeting
place for practitioners who are invested
in continuing Lewin’s work by articulating
emerging theory and practice to address
21st century challenges and opportunities.

Editorial Board
Dr M Frances Baldwin - Emeritus Member of NTL and
Principal of DesignedWisdom Inc
Kate Cowie - Member of NTL and
Director of The Chaos Game, Scotland
Dr Katherine Farquhar - Member of NTL and
Associate Professor, Dept of Public Administration and
Policy, School of Public Affairs, American
University, Washington DC
Dr Claire Halverson - Member of NTL and Professor of
Intercultural Service, Leadership and Management SIT
Graduate Institute
Dr Anne Litwin - Member of NTL and Principal of Anne
Litwin and Associates
Dr Rolf Lynton - Emeritus Member of NTL and founding
Dean of Department of Public Health University of
South C...
Practising Social
Change
Practising Social Change is the practitioner’s journal
of The NTL Institute for Applied Behavioural Science
ISSUE TWO
Practising Social Change is available electronically to
subscribers twice a year.
NTL’s scholar’s journal is The Journal of Applied
Behavioural Science, published quarterly and available
at www.ntl.org.
The National Training Laboratories (NTL)
was founded in 1947 by Kurt Lewin and
other pioneering educators, as a non-
profit educational organisation, for the
purpose of advancing the field of Applied
Behavioural Science. Lewin is famously
quoted as saying: “There is nothing so
practical as a good theory”. His genius
was an unparalleled ability to work at
the intersection of theory and practice;
he applied theory to practice, and from
practice, created new theory.
NTL is credited with pioneering
experiential learning approaches to adult
education and organisational change
and, for sixty years, it has served as an
incubator for many of the theories and
methods used to create social change
today. In this journal, Practising Social
Change, the world-wide professional
community of NTL members and
associates describe how reliable and
emerging theories of learning and change
come alive in the real world.
Practising Social Change, therefore, is
a medium for practitioners who seek to
work at their own developmental edge:
curious, conceptual thinkers charged
with supporting sustainable change
in work relationships, in teams, in
organisations, in communities, or in the
larger society, and who may be able to
learn from the experiences of others in
different parts of the world. This journal
is a collaborative and reflective meeting
place for practitioners who are invested
in continuing Lewin’s work by articulating
emerging theory and practice to address
21st century challenges and opportunities.
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