GreyLit is an open access platform that helps our members lobby for more funds and resources by providing them with analytics that measure impact and knowledge mobilization.
We can save lives, by changing the way research and information is shared.
We believe that all research matters. Insights and understandings can be gained from all types of research regardless of format, outcomes and processes.
We believe that knowledge is power. Access to the right information at the right time, allows people to make decisions that will positively change lives.
We believe that publishing doesn’t have to be painful. The technology exists that allows information to be shared, nearly instantly around the world in any format
To have a positive impact on the world through the immediate access of research and information from around the globe.
To make front-line information accessible.
These values indicate expected behavior of Grey Lit team members in their daily contribution to fulfil our mission and vision. Violation of these values will result in dismissal.
We are a performance-oriented workplace with a culture that demands flawless operational execution by setting clear, ambitious, realistic goals with high standards of performance.
The ability to use our values to turn great ideas and plans into consistently, well executed actions will be the true measure of our effectiveness as team members.
Each member of the team commits to continuous innovation and a personal and professional rejection of mediocrity. We will hold each other 100% accountable for meeting standards and delivering on commitments.
With visioning, communication and discipline we move quickly to get important things done. A deep respect for our processes and systems will drive us closer to closing the information access gap experienced by our customers.
To create a strong and trusting bond with our customers. By listening to what they want from us will allow us to provide consistent and superior customer service.
- Research success
- Definition of published works
- Peer review process
- Timely access
- Bureaucracy/red tape when sharing life changing information
- Sunshine Clause- provide a voice and stage for “failed” research
- Time Delays in sharing information
- A More relevant/ purposeful review process
- An entirely new dissemination process
- Timely and collaborative opportunities