For-profit companies aren't the only ones that need to be more transparent with their data. Social sector organizations are in the business of changing the world, and the information they collect and use should be the catalyst for making that happen. Courtesy of broadband Internet and mobile wifi we now have global, low-cost ways to share data that every social-purpose organization can plug into. From it, they should be able to draw what they need about previous experiments, effective practices, and achieved outcomes, as well as what has failed and why. That way, local social entrepreneurs can mimic what works elsewhere and share their ideas, successes, and failures.
What is a 21st Century leader? A 21st Century leader (1) creates systems, teams, organisations and communities that (2) can cope with accelerating, complex, chaotic change and (3) create sustainable...
Sabine van Baal's insight:
The job of the 21th century leader is to organise the process of effective decision making.