How could we, as aid agencies, learn from the credit card data governance model? Not pure adoption, but learn from it.
From the Blog on change
Perhaps it’s time to start behaving like we likely only know about 10-20% about what is happening in our colleagues lives.
Changing plans is never easy. It’s accompanied by shame, anxiety, fear, failure, and sometimes lots of heartache. To change plans requirees us to admit that we were or are wrong in some way. And too often being ‘wrong’ comes with shame.
I remember as a child being asked by another child how I hit the baseball so far. I shrugged and said, ‘I just swing’.
We flip flop. When digital transformation projects’ succeed, we celebrate the technology. When things go wrong, we blame power and politics.
When you pause today, consider what you give time and space to in your communication and is it what you want to prioritise?
Buttercups have lovely yellow flowers. They are beautiful, they are also a pain. And not the easiest to remove.
What can you do in the next 10 minutes? My list is so long, I’m overwhelmed and you are asking what I can do in the next 10 minutes?
The challenging aspect of self-registration is whether or not we ‘trust’ the information provided. We need some sort of verification process.