Multi-stakeholder collaboration, process design and communication advice

Muti-stakeholder collaboration across nations, perspectives, and disciplines, is the essential ingredient in our work philosophy, leading to long lasting success.

We have longstanding experience in designing, leading and guiding collaborative processes, in close exchange with

  • companies and all types of business organisations, large-sized and SME's
  • educational institutions, learning programme and certification providers of all types including Vocational and Educational Training (VET); Higher education (HE); Continuous Professional Development (CPD);
  • Individual professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments,
  • social partners (trade unions and employer associations),
  • professional associations,
  • accreditation, validation and assessment bodies,
  • market analysts and policy makers,

and other organisations and stakeholders in public and private sectors.

High quality agreements in support of productivity and growth

An illustrative example of our approach, is the development of European ICT Professional standards such as the European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) which was achieved by engaging multiple stakeholder and market viewpoints. This cooperation under the umbrella of CEN the European Committee for Standardisation led to a long lasting and high-quality outcome, adopted as a European Norm since 2016, which continues to support productivity and growth.

Collaboration between industry, government, social partners and schools/ college/ universities sharing different but complementary goals, is a proven strategy.

Listening to each other and synthesising perspectives gains the best from the whole.

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