Action Science

Action science describes a strategy for improving and increasing the confidence and skills of individuals in a group in addition to fostering and creating long-term changes for both groups and individuals. This could be creating focus groups or committees to study and discuss procedures and to strategize newer and more efficient ways to conduct business.

For example, a corporation might create "focus groups" to brainstorm new advertising strategies or more efficient ways to handle situations within the company. This would be an example of action science.

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