This is a collection of older posts republished here for easy linking. In reverse chronological order:
- I am Leaving the World’s Best Job and I am Thrilled About it (September 2017)
In October 2017 I have stepped back from the CEO role at Triggerise , a global non-profit that i co-founded and led through the start-up years. In this post I am explaining why stepping back was the right thing to do, and how I am planning to stay ahead of the curve in using technology for social impact.
An article in three parts about the potential of Blockchain to support current impact initiatives and unlock new ways to design, finance, deliver and evaluate impact. The link above will take yo to the consolidated article. The three original parts can be accessed here:
|Part 1: How The Blockchain will Change Doing Good Forever||Linkedin Pulse||Medium|
|Part 2: How The Blockchain will Change The Development Industry Forever||Linkedin Pulse||Medium|
|Part 3: The Real Game-Changer: Impact Investment and the Blockchain||Linkedin Pulse||Medium|
White paper addressing possible applications of real-time impact tracking. Continuously evolving. First published on the Triggerise website
- Impact Visibility can Make Aid more Effective (April 2017)
Aid recipients publish high level financial data that is not very helpful in evaluating their work. Donors should demand impact visibility from recipients.
Speculative piece about how technology will evolve and what will replace the mobile phone as we know it. Also, what that all means to an industry that is still hooked on SMS as innovation.
Global perspective: Informal economies are more prevalent than formal economies. The rules are different and it pays to design from the bottom up, with informal economies in mind.
- Biggest Risk in Development? Playing it Safe (August 2016)
Development is risk adverse and conservative. Even reactionary. Ironically, this is the industry’s biggest risk.