A lot of time is spent in learning establishing the need of the organisations we’re working with and the quality of the raw materials we might need to gather to develop something suitable.

That material will be aggregated and sifted, quality checked, laundered and tidied.

Once that content is readied, we spin it, strengthening it, binding it, making it usable.

What we need to do next is to help the organisation to weave it into something wearable. Too often we’ve stopped at the point of making the fibre.

The best learning function will understand how their fibre is combined with other fibres across the organisation, each spun to similar but different criteria.

Turn fibre into fabric.

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