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Outer space and Collective intelligence for humanitarian action
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By Lucy Morris, Senior National Society Development and Partnership Adviser, British Red Cross
Some perspectives on organisational transformation in the Movement.
We will not remain relevant humanitarian actors unless every part of our International Red Cross and Red Crescent movement can increase its ability to learn and adapt to the world around us. And my experience as a National Society Development and Partnership Adviser, is that the issue of how we change and develop our internal capacity for change is often overlooked.
By Grégoire Ducret, Director of Strategy and Innovation, French Red Cross
Our transformation starts with adopting an agile culture of organization, to be able to act “anywhere and anytime”, strengthening the positive social impact of the French Red Cross. This requires building a strong common culture and ensuring workplace well-being, giving the means to each volunteer and employee to adapt to change, to give a contemporary meaning to the mission and to the historical values of the association, to promote cooperation and to allow everyone to learn and engage.