In risk, we need to look beyond ourselves. The outliers ‘see’ something the rest of us don’t and therefore it is critical to listen to them.
From the Blog on responsible data
Atmospheric Cancer packs more punch than global warming. And so does Data Injustice or Data Malpractice over responsible data.
The Responsible Data Maturity Model can help organisation understand where they are at, where to improve and invest, and measure progress.
In discussions about change, Ideas and new technology can often fall at the first hurdle because the elephant in the room of time is not addressed.
Responsible data practitioners are the gardeners of the NGO world. The work never ends and constantly evolves. But we get to do it and that is a privilege.
Guides have limits; they are not meant to restrict us, but rather help us flourish. They help us focus on certain things, but it is up to see the whole.
Alphabet books can be a creative way to explore a topic. Here’s the second half (N-Z) of the alphabet book exploring the ABCs of responsible data.
Alphabet books can be a creative way to explore a topic. Here’s the first half of exploring the ABCs of responsible data and technology.
A simple list of some do’s and don’ts around responsible data practices. Something I put up on the wall by my desk so others can see. More Do’s than Don’ts.