For me, feedback has always been about inclusion and equity, though I realize that the link is not always clear – or automatic. So as I step back from my day-to-day duties as CEO of Feedback Labs, I would like….
Outline India is a data and research firm that undertakes primary data collection. We assist organisations, academics and government bodies to assess the impact of various interventions. Our aim is to enable organisations to make data driven decisions.
It’s hard to admit that your organization may be stuck in place. Everyone wants to believe that their organization, which has been built on certain values and ideas that are likely held dear, is always charging forward towards its goals.
At the 2018 Feedback Summit we heard from a new set of critical voices: the GlobalGiving Disaster Feedback Fellows. From sessions on “Community-Visioning Post Disaster” to “Establishing Community Representation from the Ground Up,” these Fellows challenged the Feedback Community to see feedback as the only way to get their work right.
Sopact is a software company, based out of the San Francisco Bay area, on a mission to make Impact measurement and management simple. With cutting edge technology, Sopact helps social sector organizations measure their impact through a dashboard with a variety of indicators. The results can be used to direct and apply changes to their methodologies.
Integrity Icon, Accountability Lab’s flagship program, has become a global movement – on the ground, online and through the media – to celebrate and encourage honest government officials.
My name is Kyende Kinoti and I have been interning with Feedback Labs over the past couple of months. As a Global Studies Major, I am particularly interested in the intersection of development, feedback, and decolonization. My blog post will explore these topics through an academic lens and I will also be using some academic terms.
La Maraña is a woman-led, participatory design non-profit that empowers Puerto Ricans to improve their cities and communities. In the aftermath of Hur
The Pando Localization Learning System ( LLS) is a dynamic online platform that uses network maps and feedback surveys to measure how much local actors are driving development in their area.
The first 2019 Democratic presidential debate agreed more than any group of candidates that came before: our time to address climate change is running out. Air time on such a platform itself is a resounding success for environmental advocates and scientists alike, but if it doesn’t ultimately engage all stakeholders in the decision-making process then these national conversations won’t have the positive impact we intend. You know what we call soliciting opinions from those most affected by an issue? Feedback.