Because people should drive what affects them most.
Simply collecting feedback is not enough; closing the loop is what matters. Making regular people true co-creators in aid and philanthropy requires five steps: design, collect, analyze, dialogue, course correct. Creating buy-in among all stakeholders is crucial to completing all steps of the loop.
We help our target audiences understand the value of incorporating feedback loops in aid and philanthropy.
We do this by curating key insights from emerging practices and conceptual models and sharing them on our blog and website.
We convene thought leaders and leading practitioners to discuss ideas and act on them collaboratively.
Convening is done through LabStorms, BackTalks, the annual summit, and collaborative experimentation.
We work with influential senior leaders in aid and philanthropy to help them adopt and mainstream feedback in their programmatic work.
Mainstreaming is done through the Feedback Labs Toolkit and MicroClinics.