Collective intelligence is particularly effective when its potentialities are put at the service of sustainable development.
A pioneer in the application of collective intelligence methods, the social start-ups and B-corps are leading social and environmental innovation. Grouping structures as diverse as associations, companies, cooperatives, foundations and mutualist groups, this new social economy is characterized by its propensity to implement inclusive governance with internal and external stakeholders. Through the mechanisms of consultation, problem solving, or ideation, these organizations constantly question their social and environmental purpose and utility. For a company, it means to find new ways to improve social and environmental impact by expanding its mission beyond the sole pursuit of profit.
Whether organizations place the social and environmental impact at the heart of their actions, or corporates develop their strategy on social responsibility – CSR, the use of collective intelligence is a strong managerial choice. Through workshops with experienced facilitators, helped with the support of innovative visual restitution or experimental artworks increasing the immersion, we design protocols to create of impactful success. To support organizations wishing to release their energies, COREUM has acquired a solid experience in collaborative and inclusive seminars.
Thanks to our extensive network of experts in sustainable development, we can quickly mobilize the best specialists to work on topics as varied as gender and diversity, financial inclusion, sustainable value chains, local and social currencies or carbon finance. COREUM runs workshops adapted to your specific issues and offers training to enable your organization to appropriate these methodologies for continuous improvement of positive externalities.