We're on a mission to reinvent learning and knowledge transfer in the social good sector.
What we do
We are a network of specialists in the service of learning and imparting around the operational and innovation challenges of small social benefit groups: philanthropies, charities and social enterprises.
When you engage us on a knowledge management problem, you’re engaging us to deliver you an outcome, a result, or several.
Like on any project, our projects will have deliverables however you must know that project teams often get this wrong. A deliverable in your hands does not mean you've reached your desired outcome.
We care about deliverables, and we care more about your results.
How do we know we’re achieving the results we want? We measure it together in a transparent manner.
Who's your point contact
I'm Rahi Delvi, the present 'face' of this outfit.
I am a technologist fortunate to be working in the social profit space for the past 10 years and counting. I had the good fortune of being the first employee of a startup where I worked exclusively with philanthropies, charities and social enterprises providing strategic advice, project implementation and post project support on a range of technology selection, refinement and adoption projects.
Whether we like it or not our work is technical. Whether we’re reviewing grant applications, raising funds, preparing for board meetings or just plain ‘working with consultants’, not possessing business and digital savvy is expensive and costs way more than just dollars.
Most of the groups I worked with were transitioning from legacy technologies and processes to more modern web enabled digital systems and approaches to carry out mission critical work. But every project I’ve undertaken was about more than that. Each one equipped individuals who didn’t necessarily come with technical backgrounds to not just ‘navigate their digital environments’ but to literally have those environments fade into the background. Their attention was free to work on bigger problems.
It’s actually what makes this sector awesome. It’s filled with individuals who care about important causes, who often get thrown into ‘technical’ roles and who make things work. I carry grey hairs of wisdom and bear the battle scars of consulting directly on over 65 projects and lending critical tactical support on many more, and have spent countless hours immersed in the challenges and breakthroughs of social good organizations: missions, people, cultures and the practices that work.
Together with my collaborators, I look forward to sharing all this value with you and more.
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