- Measurable results are a scary thing – they might tell you that you were wrong. We embrace this possibility. This means setting measurable success conditions and establishing whether we were successful.
- We as people are often blinded by our own experiences. We attempt to use high quality academic research as a starting point for all our interventions to avoid these biases.
- Admitting you’re wrong is hard. We commit to publishing our results, regardless of how they reflect.
Social Development projects Greg Muller