Deletion is counter cultural. Like all acts of counter culturalism, the system and culture around us give hundreds of excuses not to do it.
From the Blog on data management
There is something special when beauty and simplicity come together, especially in communication. It tends to stick with you for a long time.
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.
In the humanitarian world, too often we still manage data like siloes, when it should be managed like sandwiches.
Frontline staff might be the most important aspect of data management and the most overlooked, just like magnetic hills are a rare phenomenon
In a crisis, people have a high degree of anxiety and their bodies are on ‘high alert’. Here are a few activities to help reduce anxiety.
Perhaps it’s time to come together on a call to both define the ‘problem’ and discuss ideas of different ways forward.
Flooding happens. As do data breaches. And we know, this happens no matter what values and ethos organisations have or aspire to.
Sharing data between organisations can be very helpful, even be expected, but also cause harm. Here are a few considerations to work through before sharing.