They encourage key individuals to reflect on their own actions and how they are linked with the actions of others, making it possible for others to learn from their real-life experiences.
Learning from Passport to your Future
An Innovation History.
Unlike conventional case study reports, innovation histories aim to gather human stories of what happened during project development to provide a multi-voiced account of the innovation process.
They encourage key individuals to reflect on their own actions and how they are linked with the actions of
others, making it possible for others to learn from their real-life experiences.
A number of innovative approaches to recruiting for a more diverse work force and developing skills have been developed in the Passport to your Future programme.
The innovation has developed from each cohort. It has been an evolutionary learning cycle as we have learnt from feedback and continually developed our processes. The Innovation History, as a form of evaluation, will enable us to capture the outcomes of that evolutionary cycle of learning.
It is proposed that we will draw together narratives and theories to propose:
- Ingredients for driving the change for increasing diversity in the heritage sector.
- Ingredients that helped us manage structured learning in areas where there has traditionally been a skills shortage.
Scroll through our video gallery and hear their stories
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