Reflective Reflection On Reflective Learning

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1. Introduction
According to Jasper (2013) reflective learning is “the process of internally examining and exploring an issue of concern, triggered by an experience, which creates and clarifies meaning in terms of self, and which results in a changed conceptual perspective”. Ibid, summarised reflective practice as having three core components; Things or experiences that happen to the individual; reflective processes that enable the person to learn and grow and action looking at the situation from a new perspective. It is only through self-enquiry, can individual learn to evolve as human beings, and form a homeostasis with their environment and society (Moon, 2006). The application of the reflective process, is more than just a tool or device, is about implementing an ontological approach to self-discovery and change (Rolfe et al. 2011). It occurs through analysis, interpretation and recombination of the information about the experience and actions are taken (Jasper, 2013).

1.1 Reflective Aim
The purposes of this paper is to analysis and interpret my role in the Select Lincolnshire Project, which forms part submission of the Logistics and Operational Management module, Masters in Business Administration, University of Lincoln. This paper segments my reflective journey, in in such a way as to display my personal perspectives and role in the team dynamics, provides a reflective means by which I can understand my current strength and weakness and finally how I have exploited

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