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Inclusion Breakthrough by Judith Katz, Frederick Miller

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Chapter 11Leveraging Learning and Challenging the New Status Quo

Phase IV of the methodology to achieve an inclusion breakthrough might be described as “Going Forward Back to Phase I.” To sustain the inclusion breakthrough, it must be continually recreated (see Table 8). Even a highly diverse group can grow static and overly comfortable with the new status quo unless it constantly strives to increase and leverage its diversity and expand its parameters of inclusion.

Just as the strategies of phase III cannot be formed or implemented until the lessons of phases I and II have been experienced and learned, the strategies of phase IV use what has been learned from the first three phases to evaluate the progress to date and reassess the needs ...

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