Welcome to our first weekly round-up! We’ll share links that the Logic Dept. team liked this week, both work and non-work related 🙂 Check back each Friday for a new batch!
- We loved the Frida Kahlo exhibit at Brooklyn Museum, and also love these insights about engagement from their ASK team. (via Sara Devine)
- “We need a new playbook that sees people again. That sees above and beyond profits… In reality, business should take care of the employees first… The new anti-CEO playbook is about community.”– Hamdi Ulukaya, founder of Chobani
- Very happy to see Lyft adding pronouns to profiles (and that they’ve developed a partnership with an org close to our hearts – the National Center for Transgender Equality).
- We’re inspired by this prototype for a community collaboration tool.
- An important thread on empathetic research reactions, including a response from our very own team member, Paige!
- Why quantitative data isn’t enough
- Yes! “Directly talking to the people who participate in those projects—your donors, volunteers, or runners—will give you insights about their experiences and help you shape plans about the best strategies…to use as your project takes shape.”
- The PURE method made its way into office convos this week so we looked for a refresher.
- We all need fuzzy cows in our lives!