By WiT, Feb 27 2014 04:01PM

First posted April 2013 - John Mitchell


For many years now we have used big picture storytelling to help individuals, teams and organisations share and make sense of their learning journeys, and used learning histories to explore and understand organisations and change processes through the personal stories of participants across the process. We have recently started combining these two approaches to form a learning and evaluation process that is quick, engaging and highly interactive, and which produces rich and complex, but still very clear and practical learning outcomes.


By WiT, Feb 27 2014 03:53PM

First posted September 2012 - Lesley Cramman


2012 has been a really interesting and creative year for us so far. We have worked with a national charity, a community regeneration trust and a local authority, helping them to transform into the organisations they need to be to serve their communities better. All have embarked on difficult and deeply challenging journeys in the most difficult of times, which have demanded that they rethink what they do and how they do it whilst developing more open, honest and ongoing relationships with the people who work for them and with their communities. Complicated and very difficult work that is almost impossible to pull off without the ability and means to learn and adjust their paths as they go through profound change.


By WiT, Feb 27 2014 02:27PM

First Posted May 2011 - John Mitchell


Over the years we have written a number of learning histories for a variety of different organisations. A learning history is a story told from multiple perspectives, and is a highly participative research approach that helps an organisation reflect on and learn from experience, while also providing an excellent way to explore how this learning might impact on future work.


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