We expect our data to be used to improve the service or product. We want to happen. It’s the surprises that we get angry about.
From the Blog on ICT4D
We need to look at what is missing, the gaps. It is likely that is where we will find the vulnerable we claim to serve and help.
No matter how often we see examples of how the ‘trickle down’ is more of a ‘trickle or rush up’, we hold onto the belief.
We flip flop. When digital transformation projects’ succeed, we celebrate the technology. When things go wrong, we blame power and politics.
Infrastructure shapes us. How we design our homes, our communities, our roads, our gardens, impacts how we live and feel in the space.
What if data management is not about how much data you have about someone. But how you make their life better, as defined by them.
The challenging aspect of self-registration is whether or not we ‘trust’ the information provided. We need some sort of verification process.
The models that brought us growth and efficiency will also be our demise. It is a race to the bottom; someone will always be cheaper than us.
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