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UN Crowdsources Targets for Global Development

UN image via Shutterstock

UN image via Shutterstock

When even the UN starts appealing to the global crowd for direction and buy-in, you know the tools of communication and leadership have really begun to change. This essay in The Guardian by a UN assistant secretary-general explains the many ways in which the organization is asking how to meet its so-called Millenium Development Goals. It includes the amazing statistic that there are now more mobile phones in the world than toilets. That’s why it is using SMS and other mobile querying methods alongside web surveys and in-person meetings in places like the Amazon.

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