- What the teams set out to do
- What they achieved (outcomes/wins)
- New capabilities they have
- How they incorporated the Fault Lines
- Tried but failed: Lessons learned; how they’ll overcome this as they go on
- Ideas to steal (smaller than the whole challenge)
- Where each newsroom will go from here, both with the challenge itself and more broadly
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Your power as an informal leader
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