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 [email protected].

Gathering Feedback From a Dispersed and Informal Workforce

Factory auditing and compliance have become increasingly common across the world, and yet a major portion of the handcraft industry…

Creating the Conditions for Feedback

Issel MassesJune 27, 2019
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How do you get feedback in an environment where most people are disillusioned with the…

Valuing Voices: Pushing the Boundaries of Feedback

Africa’s Voices helps government decision-makers, development agencies, service-providers and humanitarians design programmes that are grounded in people’s everyday realities. We…

3TT: Feedback: A Secret Weapon for Boosting Your Career

Feedback is the most terrifying, safe thing you can ask for. The process is often misunderstood as deeply personal, or…

A Few Simple Steps Make Your Forms and Surveys More Inclusive

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3TT: Work With Your HR and Measurement Teams to Improve Your Feedback Loops

How often do you hear from your team or colleagues that collecting and responding to client feedback takes too much…

Feedback in the Classroom

As a student, it’s easy to fall into feeling voiceless. Some days, it feels like everything is holding me back,…

3TT: From data-to-action: how can we close the feedback loop for Ugandan police services?

Citizen feedback is essential in improving critical public services, in particular in the justice sector of developing countries. Think about…

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