Our company works in diverse industries, places, and disciplines, with complex policy and market dynamics, undergoing significant change.
To be effective in these contexts, we have long recognised the need to be embedded: to participate in defining the challenges and designing solutions with the different organisations and individuals who will benefit from positive impact.
What we have learned, is that some issues affect every organisation, as well as the places and communities in which they operate.
These are the issues that we have invested in understanding, building our knowledge, practice, and expert collaborator network to create shared value: economic, social and environmental.
We’re calling them ‘challenge areas’ and there are four:
- Mentally healthy work: Addressing Australia’s serious mental health challenge, through work, for the benefit of the companies, workers, families, and communities.
- Climate transition: Establishing a strategic path to zero net emissions and a just society, through innovation, collaboration, and shared value creation.
- Equity: Designing cultural and social interventions that influence behaviour and achieve the economic potential of diverse, inclusive and productive communities, health and social services, and workplaces.
- Empowered, resilient workforces: Building resilient teams, united by vison and purpose, prepared to meet the opportunities presented by the future of work.
These challenges intersect. They are urgent.
They are also solvable, if we achieve behaviour and systems change that is responsive to people, place, and planet.