Conduct a learning legacy project

An approach for conducting a recovery learning legacy project.

A learning legacy project is a formalised way of learning from an experience. Essentially, it involves:

  • identifying the key lessons you’ve learned from an experience, and
  • using these lessons as a basis for changing the way your organisation works.

The best learning legacy projects can often serve as guidance and inspiration to other organisations who are attempting the same thing.

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