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#GoWithTheFlaw 4 – Fuelling up on Feedback
by Ivan March

The 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP25, was the 25th one since they started, and it was held in Madrid, Spain, from 2 to 13 December 2019 under the presidency of the Chilean government. The Chilean government, unilaterally cancelled the COP25 just a month before its scheduled date, claiming that the […]

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#GoWiththeFlaw 3 – Money is Timed
by Ivan March

Go With the Flaw is an initiative we started last year to proudly state that ‘it’s perfectly okay to screw up, just try to learn from it’ both to our grantees and fellow funders. You can read a bit more about our reasoning around failure here. Like most (probably all) grantmaking institutions, we too have an application […]

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#GoWithTheFlaw 2 – Keep Everyone in the Loop
by Ivan March

Go With the Flaw is an initiative we started this year to proudly state that ‘it’s perfectly okay to screw up, just try to learn from it’ both to our grantees and fellow funders. You can read a bit more about our reasoning around failure here. Last autumn, the London School of Economics (LSE), was […]

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#GoWithTheFlaw 1 – Sometimes They Won’t Budge
by Ivan March

Go With the Flaw is an initiative we started this year to proudly state that ‘it’s perfectly okay to screw up, just try to learn from it’ both to our grantees and fellow funders. You can read a bit more about our reasoning around failure here. Late last year we supported the creation of a […]

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Go With The Flaw
by Ivan March

“The Greatest Teacher, Failure Is” – Master Yoda We all make mistakes. To err is human. It’s not how many times you fall that matters it’s how many times you get up. There’s a growing movement that has rediscovered the obvious, mistakes are fundamental in learning, and clichés abound. In both the corporate and nonprofit […]

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