A few articles and publicationsAcademic background My personal experience in different line management roles and the many years of working as a consultant and speaking partner to top management has formed a solid base on which I am standing. In additions to my direct experience I have acquired a substantial theoretical ground of organizational psychology from academic studies at Lund University (MBA) and Columbia University in NYC (MA org. psych) During the twenty-four years of living and working in New York City I was in psychotherapy for almost six years. This was a time of intensive education and I attended many programs in change management at NTL (National Training Laboratories). In the beginning of the 80s, I graduated from an eighteen-month program in Organization and Systems Development at GIC (link to the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland)
ARL – Action Reflection Learning®
MiL Concepts 9/2012 – The story of Action Reflection Learning (link to pdf) (Lennart Rohlin)
What can a management team learn from jazz musicians (in Swedish)
Lars tells the unlikely story of how he befriended a Prince and recently became involved in the the work of rebuilding the cultural life, pride and autonomy of the Nicobar Islands after the 2004 tsunami.
Ubunti / Imbizo – Gather in a circle / Grow together (link to pdf)
This is the story about a group of young South African men and woman from seven tribes who came together to learn about the leader within and how to interact with the white corporate world in South Africa.
Selected professional publications
Out of the box – MiL Partner Program in New York (link to pdf)
Action Learning Worldwide: Experiences of Leadership and organizational development Y Boshyk – 2002 – Business & Economics
Action Learning: History and Evolution
Boshyk, R. Dilworth – 2010 – Business & Economics. Action Reflection Learning: Solving Real Business Problems by connecting learning with earning
Isabel Rimanoczy, Ernie Turner – 2012 – Business & Economics
Action Learning in Practice
Mike Pedler – 2016 – Business & Economics