Context matters. Not only for an experience about living in a country, but also for working in an organisation, working on change.
From the Blog on context
When we strip away all information about the context in which it was collected we lose meaning. And yet, this happens all the time
Technology is not an island. Nor does it evolve by itself in a vacuum. It happens in a context. We forget the context at our peril.
Context matters. The more the data setting can be passed along with the data, the better chance those receiving the data will understand it more fully.
The immediate neighbourhood in which we live and the team with whom we work significantly impacts our lives. People are not islands, we are more like ecosystems.
Context matters more than we think. You can’t take a plant out of a sun trap and plant in the rest of the garden. You can’t do it with technology either.
Technology is perceived different depending on where we view them from. Where do we perceive fingerprints sitting on the spectrum of care and control?
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