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What Do People Want To Make Their Lives

  BETTER?

CLOSING FEEDBACK LOOPS IN AID AND PHILANTHROPY

Because people should drive what affects them most.

 
 

WHAT IS A CLOSED FEEDBACK LOOP?

Simply collecting feedback is not enough. A closed feedback loop results from a multi-staged process. It positions regular people as co-creators in aid and philanthropy. There are five steps to closing a feedback loop: design, collect, analyze, dialogue, course correct.

Closing the feedback loop requires the right environment. Creating buy-in among all stakeholders is crucial to completing all steps of the loop.

 
 

WHO WE ARE

WE ARE STRONGER THAN THE SUM OF OUR PARTS

As a member-based organization, we believe that collaboration can help us learn from each other and achieve network effects.
 
 

Do you have a resource to feature in the Toolkit? Do you have a feedback experience to post on our blog?

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