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Our CLA Resolutions

The USAID LEARN team was inspired by Feedback Labs to document and share their 2017 Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) resolutions. Have you made your 2017 “learning” resolutions? For inspiration, read below and take a look at the results of the Practical Adaptation Network’s first 100-day sprint, an initiative that explored how small experiments can propel the practice of adaptive management forward. Here is a sampling of the LEARN team’s resolutions for the new year:

Melissa resolves to take time to organize and “pay attention to my own knowledge management processes.”

Eric resolves to ensure we are “walking the talk” on the operations side of the LEARN contract, by formalizing the buy-in process (to include templates, key meetings/reflection points, etc.).

Kristin resolves to set aside 15-30 minutes each Friday “to reflect on what went well, what didn’t, and what I can do moving forward.”

Jen resolves to grow her network: “Being new, I’d like to focus on growing a network beyond my immediate colleagues and project teams this year.”

Samantha resolves to take the time to keep learning and “continue to enhance my contribution to CLA and the LEARN team.”

Have you made your 2017 “learning” resolutions? If these were not enough inspiration for you, take a look at the results of the Practical Adaptation Network’s first 100-day sprint, an initiative that explored how small experiments can propel the practice of adaptive management forward.

Click here for the full article: https://usaidlearninglab.org/lab-notes/our-cla-resolutions