Feedback comes in many forms. This can be a particularly important realization for a young social enterprise. At 990 Consulting, we’ve learned to look out for feedback in unexpected forms – ones that promote innovation in the use of data science to understand the nonprofit sector. When we find that feedback, we ask ourselves:
Three Things Thursday is an opportunity for feedback innovators to describe three specific rules, suggestions, or best practices from their own feedback work. By sharing these ideas and practices with the greater feedback community, we are building a blog series of examples from the community of feedback being the feasible thing to do. Would you like to share your advice for building and sustaining feedback loops? Drop Roderick a note at [email protected]
Our mission at the Business Innovation Factory (BIF) is to make business model transformation safer and easier to manage.
eedback in the realm of City government can be a tricky proposition. First, “participants” in government processes are not just from one group of …
Siegel Family Endowment’s mission is to understand and shape learning in an innovation-driven world. We’re big evangelists for the organizations we support, and it’s our aim to make the grantmaking process as simple, straightforward, and user-friendly for our grantees as we possibly can.
Last week almost 200 feedback champions attended the sold-out Feedback Summit 2017. Every year we try to improve on the Summits that have come before by asking for and responding to feedback from Summit participants. Every year we learn a little more about how to do that.
Development Gateway (DG) is a technology nonprofit that helps development actors get the information they need to achieve results. What that means in practice is that we build technology; provide services, like training and data management plans; and lead applied research that helps us and others learn and gain value from our work.
Most organizations are out to change the world. This journey puts them on the chase …
At Feedback Labs, we are always looking for ways to walk the feedback talk. After all, if we’re going to help others improve their feedback practice it’s important that we’ve wrestled with our own.
I recently had the privilege of preaching a sermon at my church called, “He that hath an ear let him hear.” This title came from several scriptures in
Looking for feedback but not sure where to start? As practitioners and facilitators, we are constantly looking for innovative ways to generate meaningful feedback to inform our work. Join us – Jill (The Improve Group), Marissa (The Hunger Project) and Sophie (OneVillage Partners) – as we share innovative and participatory monitoring and evaluation strategies to close the feedback loop at the 2017 Feedback Summit. Here are three strategies we look forward to sharing with you in November: