Going digital does not work miracles. It tends to highlight what you already are and believe in – the good, bad, and ugly.
From the Blog on ICT4D
Does this mean the rest of ‘X’ is bad or not good? Does this mean the core of ‘X’ is bad? Can a bad ‘core’ actually be used for ‘good’?
Digital transformation decisions should never be made on cost or legality alone. Digital transformation choices should be value based and strategy based.
When we work in complex organisations working in complex environments on complex issues, templates aren’t going to be the answer to the complexity.
There may be some benefit in gleaning some thinking about data ownership from property law and property rules. However, it is insufficient.
Data sharing between organisations is not about sharing data. It is about extending trust. And it is scary. But trust always is.
Data doesn’t lie assumes completely objectively and wholeness. Data is a perspective. And therefore is not a lie, but it is not objective. It is subjective.
Optimism bias. In our projects, when potential for harm is pointed out, we tend to ignore it, explain it away, or say ‘it won’t happen to us’.
Many parents all over the world worry about the amount of ‘screen time’ their children have today – this is an opportunity for raising digital literacy