THREE THINGS THURSDAY

Three Things Thursday is a weekly blog series where feedback innovators describe three specific components of their feedback practice that they think makes them successful. These straightforward but profound practices help the Feedback Labs community understand how they can integrate closing feedback loops in their own work. If you would like to contribute to the blog with your own Three Things, submit your ideas here or drop Meg a note at meg@feedbacklabs.org.

Feedback in Action: Summit 2017

Last week almost 200 feedback champions attended the sold-out Feedback Summit 2017. Every year we try to improve on the…

3TT: Feedback at a Tech NGO: Trust Matters

Development Gateway (DG) is a technology nonprofit that helps development actors get the information they need to achieve results. What…

3TT: A Foolproof Way to Raise the Bar on Your Evidence

Most organizations are out to change the world. This journey puts them on the chase ...

3TT: Feedback Vibes

At Feedback Labs, we are always looking for ways to walk the feedback talk. After all, if we’re going to…

3TT: He That Hath an Ear…

I recently had the privilege of preaching a sermon at my church called, “He that hath an ear let him…

3TT: Generating and Using Feedback through Participatory M&E

Looking for feedback but not sure where to start? As practitioners and facilitators, we are constantly looking for innovative ways…

3TT: Government, Consult Thyself First

On November 2-3, we hope you will attend the Feedback Summit and talk with us about internal culture change, both…

3TT: Making the Case for Feedback

Collaborating, learning and adapting (CLA) is USAID’s approach to organizational learning and adaptive management. Part of my work as Senior…

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