The Learning Lab is committed to a learning experience that is actionable, collaborative and client-centric.
Making learning actionable means a shift from static and formal to dynamic and practical. We want to translate learning into impact by offering better ways to consume, process and act on knowledge. This includes moving beyond reports, not just publishing but curating knowledge, motivating the private sector and empowering field staff.
Making learning collaborative involves moving from independent, limited and limiting to collaborative, continuous and extensible. We will promote a more collaborative learning model focused on defining common goals and inspired solutions. We'll work to set an agenda, enable continuous and extended collaboration, and incentivize contribution.
Lastly, making learning client-centric is about the end client not being unknown, assumed or under-represented but rather understood, advocated and integrated. We want the rural client's voice to be represented in the learning process, and will emphasize building farmer empathy and learning from clients.