We do this by setting bigger goals, like improving lives, creating jobs, and learning new ways to do more with less and by working with a level of transparency and engagement rarely seen in today's businesses.
It takes a special organization and special people to engage in open research and innovation (what we call RADCL), since the format can be provocative and disruptive to the status quo and seem scary or threatening.
RADCL asks tough questions and uncovers solutions that depend on something changing, and change can seem hard. At the same time, RADCL trusts that the people involved in the project will deliver that change, and it gives them the best chance of doing it. Here are a few good examples.
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(Since the work we do is strategically important to our clients, we treat it with strict confidence and can't always name them specifically. While we will not share a report or a finding from a client-commissioned project with anyone but our project team and the client, ever, we can share a few ways that our work has made big differences for people, businesses and communities.)