Bringing behavioural science together with data and design thinking we help our clients to understand their purpose and mission, clarify their goals, and realize possibilities through strategy.
Our strategic design approach to organizational development helps clients to learn, be creative, realize their potential and assess their impact in the world at the same time. We help develop, refine and assess their strategic plans and design the conditions to make informed decisions and take action.
Our professional approach to strategy development:
- Surfaces, articulates and develops the foundations for strategic plan development
- Creates an implementation pathways for strategic decisions
- Assesses the readiness and preparedness of organizations to innovate and develop
- Designs monitoring and evaluation systems to provide feedback on strategy
- Engages organizations in the sense-making process to understand the impact and opportunities that present themselves in their work
- Identifies strategic opportunities for growth and development
- Recognizes and address threats
Let us help you realize what’s possible and work with you to shape the path ahead to better, more sustainable, and impactful innovation.
We are working with the Toronto Region Conservation Authority to review their strategic priorities and create pathways to anchor their programs and evaluations to achieving their intended goals (2017).
Our co-design and delivery of the CoPilot training program for the youth innovation accelerator CatalystsX created a space for them to articulate and refine their strategy for engaging young people, providing them with the skills necessary to engage others in social innovation work, and evaluate the impact of their strategy on the communities they sought to support (2014-16).
Our team advised and conducted the research for the Children’s Treatment Network of Simcoe York as part of their five-year governance review to provide them with options for how to organize and support their network of services for the coming years, including supporting their role as an emerging ‘backbone organization’ (2012).