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Working in Place Community of Practice, Learning from success and failure:...

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The Dialogue, Gorman Room

50 Lonsdale Street

Entey via Madame Brussels Lane

Melbourne, Vic 3000

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There is an increasing expectation in government for place-based approaches to demonstrate impact and the success they have had in changing outcomes for the community. In every other facet of our lives we are taught to value mistakes for the rich learning they generate, but in our work lives we sometimes shy away from failure and little attention is given to how we could learn from our mistakes. As a result, we often miss the opportunity to learn, improve and adapt.

Success is based on testing and trialling different and new approaches and learning from them so that our work can continue to evolve. The learning from success and failure: building evidence for place-based approaches session will focus on instances where place-based approaches demonstrated success, how timely monitoring and evaluation can help identify and address issues early, and examples where failure helped to generate learning moments which led to adapting or improving existing work.

This session will help participants become more confident to put the right measures in pace to spot failure early, learn from it and make real time adjustments so that we can start failing intelligently.

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