The vaccine passports can help societies ‘open up’ again, but this only works if the vaccines are freely available and equally available. This is not the case.
I consider myself one of the luckiest humans on the planet. My dad was actively involved in my life as a child. Happy Father’s day.
We collect heaps of data. And we think about the value of it for ourselves and our donors and partners. We forget to ask a critical third question.
Sometimes it’s beneficial to condense time on projects. Sometimes we need to elongate time. Change makers know when to do which.
We all experience change differently. Figuring out together how to be both sympathetic and empathetic, while still achieving organisational objectives is key.
Too often the audience I think about it is too broad – managers, frontline staff, etc. Getting specific helps us focus. And tends to increase our success.
Unfortunately most of us associate, due to experience, organisational change with sledgehammers – an experience leaving a mess behind.
Making memories is not always glamourous. Just because something isn’t comfortable for us doesn’t mean it can’t have a long lasting positive impact.
A few random ponderings to start your day and stir your imagination. Some courtesy of Calvin and Hobbes.
Our view of change is a straight line to the new reality. While all change may bring us to a new reality it is more of a wavy line with peaks and valleys.
Understanding the size of your household and the age and gender of each person can help determine your nutrition requirements. But marital status?
Most international NGOs treat the data about those who donate to them differently to the data of those they seek to serve. Is this racist?