Khuyen's mapping of PCIC
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Khuyen's PCI mapping
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Peter Drucker's five most important questions - might be used at some point
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What (objectives)How (process)Why (mission?)
Core questions
Supporting QAnswers
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Strategy
(forest)
(What are our long term aspirations?)
Strengthen existing projects by making them Internet-enabled and Internet-enabling, to continually track & incorporate feedback to ensure investment is well-made.By steering the evolution of Internet technology towards greater benefit for everyone.
Humanity thrives through meaningful connections - and we want to support that.What is our mission?Why do we exist? How would lives be different with our existence?
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Operation
(tree)
(How we have to be NOW to connect the long term aspirations with short term plans?)
Strengthen existing projects by making them Internet-enabled and Internet-enabling, to continually track & incorporate feedback to ensure efficacy of investment.Develop, observe and refine a set of principles to weave existing networks and augment collective impacts.
Develop human & technology systems to facilitate community capability building and leadership development.
"Scaling up learning"
Synchonized, sustained and continuously improved efforts from multiple stakeholders ensures the highest chance of achieving best outcomes.

"Locally thrive in a global world"
Who is our customer?
(the purpose of any corporation is to 1) serve its customers better 2) create more customers)
Primary customers?
Secondary customers?
People, especially those unconnected or are least advantaged because of the digital dividends.

Businesses, local governments, banks looking for sensible data / projects to fund,
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Tactics
(leaf)
(What are we doing for the short term?)
Create a living-learning Lab to attract, highlight and draw support for high potential, sustainable and generative projects.
Experiment, encourage and learn from innovative financing models.
Leverage networks for outreach to different channels, in US and internationally.
Facilitate regional & international dialogue
Set up
Data /Dialog infrastructure to understand behaviors and drive effective actions

Create Partnership for local implementation.

Outreach for leadership & inspiration

There are barriers when people try to connect and thrive:
Lack of integrated information
Lack of coordinated action
Lack of advice and advocacy
Inadequate business models
What does our customer value?For people: however they found valuable.
For funding organizations: real time, integrated data.
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What results have to happen?a ethical and profitable business out of making sure the next 4 billion are better servedour most ambitious outcome becomes reinvigorating / disrupting aid and social services
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TODO:What is our plan?
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Get feedback from team
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v3 changelog
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Synthesized with thoughts from "Defining PCI Cs Aug 2016 " and "Funding pitch"
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Trying 5 questions by Peter Drucker
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FUTURE ORGANIZATIONAL NEEDS
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If PCI was to hire for a position, it is important for the team to spend a few hours to analyze
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1) What demand systems or other roles is
the job connected to inside and outside the organization?
From the Internet Petition
a mission to
extend affordable, universal access to the rest of the world
in a holistic approach, building community capability and leadership to grow local economic opportunity.
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2) How
will those demand systems change
The standardized inclusion of Internet infrastructure in general infrastructure projects …takes advantage of projects underway, and makes them “Internet-enabled” and “Internet-enabling,” to continually track feedback, to ensure investments truly improve people’s lives.
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3) What will this mean for future occupants of that job in terms of the kinds of skills, attitudes, values, and career anchors they will have to have?
The removal of tax and regulatory barriers to Internet access …to provide for universal access.
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The use of the Internet to increase economic growth and trade …through broad participation by all, in economic activities facilitated by efficient matching of buyers and sellers of goods and services.
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Source: Ed Schein, https://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/2315/SWP-3192-22603401.pdf?sequence=1
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CommonCorp
Council (membership)
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