LABSTORMS

LabStorms are collaborative brainstorm sessions designed to help an organization wrestle with a challenge related to feedback loops, with the goal of providing actionable suggestions. LabStorms are facilitated by FBL members and friends who have a prototype, project idea, or ongoing experiment on which they would like feedback. Here, we provide report-outs from LabStorms. If you would like to participate in an upcoming LabStorm (either in person or by videoconference), please drop Meg a note at [email protected].

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LabStorm: Measuring Impact with Stakeholder Voice

Sopact is a software company, based out of the San Francisco Bay area, on a mission to…

LabStorm: Bringing Integrity Icon to the US

Integrity Icon, Accountability Lab’s flagship program, has become a global movement - on the ground, online and…

LabStorm: Putting Communities at the Heart of Disaster Recovery

La Maraña is a woman-led, participatory design non-profit that empowers Puerto Ricans to improve their cities and…

LabStorm: Measuring Local Ownership in International Development with Pando LLS

The Pando Localization Learning System ( LLS) is a dynamic online platform that uses network maps and…

Treating Aid Recipients as Customers

Kuja Kuja is a start-up of Alight (formerly the American Refugee Committee) that began with a simple…

LabStorm: Measuring “Community” in the Twitterverse

For the past 3 years, Open Contracting Partnership has worked with Marc Maxmeister of Keystone Accountability to…

LabStorm: Making Inclusive Housing the Norm

Where We Live NYC is the City of New York’s community-driven process to develop the next chapter…

LabStorm: Is feedback an important data point?

Why is feedback important? At a recent World Bank Data Day, Accountability Lab and Feedback Labs advocated…
 

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