“What gets measured, gets managed”, as the saying goes. But what to measure? Most organisations tend to focus on measuring outputs: things like the numbers of aid workers deployed,
The world is obsessed with tools. Bad workmen blame them and fools worship them. We are constantly revising old ones and looking for new ones to tackle the challenges we face.
More than 50,000 people remain stranded in refugee camps in Greece. Most are waiting to continue their journey further into Europe in search of better lives for their families.
I stand counting with her, “1..2..3..4..5..6..7”. She stumbles on 8, but nails 9 and 10. She beams up at me with pride,
Having seen a recent and rather controversial weight-loss advert here in the UK, I decided, along with the majority of others I suspect,
I recently returned from Sierra Leone, where Keystone’s Ground Truth programme is providing real-time feedback from the general public and frontline workers on the Ebola response.
Coventry has a history of listening to people. During the Second World War, the people of Coventry wanted to voice their support for the Soviet Army during the Battle of Stalingrad,
This blog was originally posted by the CDAC Network on Friday, March 6, 2015.
Three months ago,
I arrived in Freetown last week and saw my first Ebola sufferer yesterday. While Zombies may not spread Ebola, like some initial rumors suggested,
Keystone spends most of its time helping organizations understand what people think of them: gathering perceptual data and using it to improve performance.