One of the most value-creating aspects of Librii is that users are provided the opportunity to not only learn skills for personal and professional development, but to also create something new, something that is both a contribution to the world and an expression of their authentic selves. This is not an easy task in a society that rewards conformance to current best practices and definitions of success. Yet, Librii has taken on the important challenge of balancing the two, and seems to be off to a successful start.
As Librii progresses, the team should actively evaluate both short-term outputs, such as content created, along with long-term outcomes, such as changes in users' life satisfaction. Librii's current success suggests a potentially close link between the two, which would make a significant contribution to the well-being of individuals in both developing and developed communities.
by Daniel Brown, Librii Advisor
Doctoral Candidate - Harvard Business School