Data sharing between organisations is not about sharing data. It is about extending trust. And it is scary. But trust always is.
From the Blog on data sharing
Most conversations about digital transformation don’t start with why – they start the wants of the person, not their needs. This is the same with change.
Improving the operationalisation of responsible data practices within our projects can feel like an unattainable goal. Here are 3 options to start.
People work for NGOs to make positive change in society. However, often NGOs become focused on building walled gardens of self-preservation
Understanding the reason changes the conversation. Seems basic, yet is shockingly rare. Purpose matters. And until it’s clear, keep being ‘annoying.’
We often share information about people and some of that data is quite sensitive. Here’s a free guide to help think through 5 elements of data sharing
When partnering, what are the considerations do I need to think about regarding sharing beneficiary data? Here are 4 elements to consider
The data sharing purpose path is almost never straight, it is a winding road covered in brambles and pot holes. Walk it anyway.
Model 4 seeks to give the person, about whom the data is, access to their data by creating digital wallets into which information can be stored and shared.