future of work roundtables - platform economy discussions - deep tech ethical advisory forums - philanthropy leadership events
Social Innovation Collaborations
Leverage Humanity's Shared History of Overcoming Obstacles
While certain measures indicate a strong economy, too many people’s economic lives are chronically plagued by financial stress.
Stagnating wages, rising expenses, uncertain incomes and limited opportunities to get-ahead leave too many people out of today’s tech boom.
Together we can design better measures and respond accordingly.
Strategic engagement with key stakeholder groups requires expertise, influence, and orientation.
Identifying vulnerability is essential to successful projects and initiatives with any potential for negative human rights impacts. Stakeholders with the highest vulnerability and negative orientation are likely to be a priority for engagement.
Influence, trust, and orientation will help organizations anticipate and respond to stakeholder critiques and participate in reshaping strategic positioning.
Thought Partnership + Leadership
We are passionate about finding options and new approaches to complex systemic problems, without creating a new set of problems.
Often times our clients have everything they need to succeed, they just require the resources and support to make a strategic jump. We see projects through to the end and expect spectacular results. By ensuring consistent and transparent communication, our clients progress by leaps and bounds.
Stakeholder Engagement & Initiatives
make decisions + shift focus + change opinions
Strategic Planning Session to Identify Stakeholders
Can you identify who your key stakeholders are, where they
come from, and what their relationship is to your initiative or business?
Owners: investors, shareholders, agents, analysts, and rating agencies
Customers: direct customers, indirect customers, and advocates
Employees: current employees, potential employees, suppliers’ employees, retirees, representatives, and dependents
Industry: suppliers, competitors, industry associations, industry opinion leaders, and media
Community: residents near company facilities, chambers of commerce, resident associations, schools, community organizations, and special interest groups
Environment: nature, non-human species, future generations, scientists, ecologists, spiritual communities, advocates, and nongovernmental organizations, or NGOs
Government: public authorities and local policymakers, regulators, and opinion leaders
Civil society organizations: NGOs, faith-based organizations, labor unions, and the general public
By researching and identifying stakeholders, topic-by-topic, we create new networks and partnerships between groups brought together by our advisors.