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    Arthur Shelley at |

    Thanks for sharing this terrific sort summary of the RBLF Bruce. I hope that many people see the value in this approach ifor their initiatives and apply it to stimulate collaboration, build relationships and cocreate social value.

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    Faiz at |

    Great review and insight. I truly believe that the RBLF could help shift how learning interventions are designed and conducted, and potentially deliver relevant context-based insights that will stick to the learner. The iteration and collaborative process also facilitated testing and retesting of learners (and facilitator’s) understanding and knowledge! Thanks Bruce and Arthur for the write ups.

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