Masrura Oishi is an over-thinker and procaffeinator. In her free time, she pretends to be a philosopher and does some development work for BRAC Social Innovation Lab. She invests her insulin pumped energy into reading, writing, traveling and living!
This has been a wonderful ride, working with all of our intrapreneurs through weekdays and weekends- seeing the passion, the search for teammates, the long brainstorming meetings, the late night submi...Read More
We all have a pre-set idea of communication channels that work for different socio-economic groups. But what about a target audience, as busy as urban life could make them, flooded with texts, posters...Read More
Are you planning to digitise your data collection method? Here is a list of questions you need to be ready for whether you are going to pitch it to your senior management, the frontline staff or your ...Read More
Just a heads up on what SIL has been reading and sharing this month! Every year, mostly during Jan/Feb, we lose a valuable amount of time in hectic meeting schedules, specially when we are busy writin...Read More
If you are thinking of writing an innovation pitch, or preparing one in your head, there is one thing that deserves your attention. You should very well expect few people in the audience (or more) who...Read More
This February we had Jack Sim, the founder of BoP Hub and World Toilet Organisation visiting BRAC. We snatched the first opportunity we could find to talk to his team and hence we brought them over fo...Read More
We wanted to start the first Innovation Forum of year 2017 on a grand note. We wanted to talk about something that touches everyone at the organisation, in both their personal and professional life. A...Read More