Sometimes our processes are absurd. Not intentionally, but well meaning ideas evolve into absurdia. we need to become ruthless.
From the Blog on data minimalisation
Her whole life has changed because of the thorn. She finds ways to ‘live’ with it rather than removing the thorn. Organisations are similar.
When things go wrong, those who are prepared fare the best. So to help, we created a very simple data inventory mapping tool for you.
Trust is often viewed as woolly, intangible, hard to measure, which it is, but that doesn’t mean it might just be the most important thing we have.
The two most common (and expected) ways we disaggregate data is by gender and age. But why is disaggregation done?
One gathering was never going to be enough. It’s not enough time, not all the right people, and so on. So we’re doing it again.
The recent events in Afghanistan are not just about Afghanistan, but rather about how we work and the ecosystem in which we work. Here are 10 things to do.
Why do we collect data? But perhaps we don’t need to and we need to question it all. Perhaps we can delete it much faster than we realise.
Perhaps people will now wake up to reality that data is people. And people will die because of the data we collect.