By Servane Mouazan
Sense of learning = the way people make use of reflection and inspiration for themselves and others
Growing your social business means spending time managing the flux of information you generate, the data you collect, the anecdotal evidence, the academic studies that back up your claim, the ones that refute it - and then making sense of it all.
And there are days when you wonder whether the learning you’ve gathered makes any difference at all. Despite thousands of studies converging into identical conclusions, sometimes money gets invested in the wrong ventures, commissioners still don’t take notice, reports don’t get read, or buyers demand something else.
In this situation, what can you do to equip yourself and your team to be the guardians and the vessels of the knowledge that you need to sustain your venture now and in the future? How can you ensure that the learning you acquire grows the value of your venture, even when some of your people change?
At Ogunte, we’ve mapped six ingredients that make a great foundation for a learning culture:
For more support, follow the rest of our series about 5 pillars of support that will help social entrepreneurs to face tough times.
You can also contact us here to trial a Thinking Booster or team coaching that could help you shape a plan around learning.
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