2 Posts I Appreciate

Caught up in developing programs and projects and structures to meet their missions, they spend little time considering how people are experiencing those programs and projects and structures, or how those experiences might affect the ability of the organization to further its overarching goals. An expressive approach to social change starts with the assumption that our organizational experiences matter, that those experiences are what anchor the organization’s mission, give it life, and allow our understanding of that mission to deepen.

 

Regardless of whether we were an international development organization, or environmental movement, or educational reform initiative or anything else, I would want these principles to be at our core.

 

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