Our challenges are not new. And the future will be different from today. So what do you need to stop doing? What do you need to start?
From the Blog on Questions
Humanitarians will often talk about shifting the power back to the affected communities. Sometimes uncomfortable questions are still good to ask.
It was bad design, but it worked because it was cheaper to make and maintain, which is better for the company, not the customer or user.
What do you think? rarely gets you the feedback you want. It’s general and people don’t know what you are wanting.
In a world where artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT and others are writers, should we stop writing?
It was clickbait. ‘What is acceptable level of admin or overhard for a charity?’ Perhaps this is more nuanced than we first imagined.
What excites you about this project? It was an excellent question, but not one I expected. We weren’t in an interview, it was a webinar.
Assuming you, and your team, know what you are trying to achieving, here’s a key question to discuss to increase your chances.
I don’t know. We don’t have to know everything. No one expects you to. No matter what your position in the team or organisation is.