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The diagnosing phase, described in the previous chapter, leads us to understanding what we need to do in the current action cycle. It shows what kind of problem needs to be solved. Simply put, it provides us with the basis to start planning of our actions. The action planning chapter describes the way in which we plan the studies in action research. It draws on the experiences of designing case studies and experiments but focuses on the co-creation of the plan by the action team.
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- [PBC+05]Guy Prudhomme, Daniel Brissaud, Denis Choulier, et al. Clustering engineering design research: A methodological framework. In ICED 05: 15th International Conference on Engineering Design: Engineering Design and the Global Economy, page 3949. Engineers Australia, 2005.Google Scholar