Is this information enough to make a norm shift happen? Open Contracting Partnership extrapolated on MIT’s immersion project to create a graph history to visualize how effectively their communities are interacting.
LabStorms are collaborative brainstorming sessions where a group of organizations come together to help one organization wrestle with a feedback-related challenge. They operate in Chatham House rule, meaning no information will be tied back to a particular attendee, but in these blogs we share the anonymized major learnings from each session. If you would like to participate in an upcoming LabStorm (either in person or by videoconference), please drop Corey a note via [email protected]
Ashoka presents an early version of an new mobile application
GlobalGiving presents insights and plans for 2016
A visit from the Department of Better Technology
The best stories are the unexpected ones
What did we learn from the experience? How do we interpret the results?
What Happens to the Individual in a Community-Driven Development Project?
Louis Dorval from Voto Mobile talks to Feedback Labs about using mobile phone technology to hear from citizens in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Mozambique, and Tanzania.
You need “proof” of your problem (i.e. data) to show your local politicians. What if you could get this proof easily and cheaply?
A thoughtful opinion is more important than automatic one. How can we use deliberative polling to understand what people really want?