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This Time It's Personal

As organizations start to get serious about feedback, things inevitably come to the moment where feedback gets personal. To be really useful, feedback must touch on an… 585 more words

Creativity and Psychoticism

I was discussing the research for the AIDS and California post with a friend the other day, and they reacted with what I recall as shock and horror, protesting that San Francisco was home to Silicon Valley, Steve Jobs (formerly,) and all kinds of fabulous innovations. 872 more words

Psychology And Evolution

How Morocco Formed a Citizen Powered Constitution and Now Everyone Can Too

Ashoka Arab World Fellow, Tarik Nesh Nash, has recently been profiled in Feedback Loops. We will re-print the article here and you can find the link to the original here:  873 more words

Ashoka Arab World

Feedback Labs: The power of listening

Asking questions and then listening–really listening–to the answers is a vital but underrated skill. That’s true in business. In nonprofits. And in life as well. 1,088 more words


The Inter-American Foundation: A donor that NGOs seem to love

What’s working, what isn’t working and why?

These are questions that every foundation should ask about its strategy, the way it gives away money and the effectiveness of its programs. 1,085 more words


We never called it sex

In his post We Never Called it Content, Dick Taylor gives us an insider’s view of the implosion of terrestrial radio.  He points out, quite correctly in my opinion, that “radio is an art form. 1,200 more words

Clue Train

Weekly Notes: July 13-17, 2015

This week:

  • Delivered training on the Strategic Sourcing Workbook in Kelowna and Willingdon (I learnt a lot from both training sessions)
  • Brainstormed improvements to The Owl publication…
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Weekly Notes