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The Unit for Learning from Success and Ongoing Collaborative Learning in Human Service Organizations

MJB’s Unit for Learning from Success and Ongoing Collaborative Learning in Human Service Organizations develops and implements innovative learning practices to help organizations provide high-quality, appropriate, and beneficial services to the populations they serve. 

The Learning from Success (LFS) approach seeks to create environments that encourage ongoing collaborative learning within organizations.   The LFS approach is based on three types of interconnected, collaborative learning methods:

  1. The “retrospective method,” for learning from past successes.
  2. The “prospective method” for introducing a learning process with respect to an important unresolved issue, implementing the conclusions, testing them out, and measuring the results. This process includes learning from past successes that might be found within the organization. 
  3. The “Learning about Learning for Action method,” for introducing ongoing reflection-based learning on the process of learning itself.

As one of the major strategies to implement the LFS approach broadly, the Unit trains “learning companions” to develop and disseminate learning processes within their own or other organizations.

Publications: Learning from Success

Publications: Learning from Success

External Publications and Articles: Learning from Success

External Publications and Articles: Learning from Success

Principles for Success in Services for People with Disabilities

Principles for Success in Services for People with Disabilities

1/12/2016
Study Day on Learning from Success in the Network of Aleh Centers

Study Day on Learning from Success in the Network of Aleh Centers

7/06/2016
Background document on Learning from Success and Ongoing Collaborative Learning in Human Service Organizations

Background document on Learning from Success and Ongoing Collaborative Learning in Human Service Organizations

1/06/2016
There is No Such Thing as a Small Success: Celebrating Success Stories in ALEH Centers

There is No Such Thing as a Small Success: Celebrating Success Stories in ALEH Centers

31/05/2016
Learning from Success in Career and Technological Schools

Learning from Success in Career and Technological Schools

1/01/2016
Using LFS to Improve Practice and Collaboration between Parental Mental Health and Social Care: An International Conference

Using LFS to Improve Practice and Collaboration between Parental Mental Health and Social Care: An International Conference

2/12/2015
Qalansuwa students and teachers

Transforming Education in the Arab Sector: Learning from Success

13/05/2014

Collaborative learning to celebrate Prof. Rosenfeld

MJB Seminar gives Prof. Rosenfeld a standing ovation
13/01/2013
Marshall Weinberg Fund for Professional Collaboration and Development

Marshall Weinberg Fund for Professional Collaboration and Development

Established at the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute in 2001 by Marshall Weinberg of New York
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