Book Review: ‘The Rise of the Reluctant Innovator’, pt 3

This weeks review looks at the work of Joel Selanikio. In 2002 Selanikio partnered with his friend and colleague Rose Donna and began to develop a new program called EpiSurveyor — now called Magpi — with a goal of becoming the “first do-it-yourself system for mobile electronic data collection that didn’t require any technical expertise at all.”

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Book Review: ‘The Rise of the Reluctant Innovator’, pt 1.

  Innovation is more than just a development buzz word, it’s way of approaching some of the world’s most pressing problems. Through our articles we parse out the ideas that people have designed to solve intractable issues in communities around the world. We look at how these ideas take shape and what methods they employ, because they are all changing the …

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