Leverage your collective intelligence with co-development
This past year has demonstrated the importance of collaboration and exchange between actors to ensure increased resilience in the face of crises. Indeed, our complementarities are a valuable lever for overcoming problems if we know how to exchange with each other, support each other and find new ways to make a difference. A close-knit team of senior consultants with experience in multiple sectors and types of organizations, New Angles has refined the co-development method for environmental and social transition leaders who want to make a real positive impact. Drawing on the group’s intelligence, each individual works on his or her issues and contributes to the transformation strategy within his or her company.
What is Co-Development?
Co-Development (CoDev) is a method of collective intelligence, structured and supportive, which allows:
- To build on the collective to move forward in its professional issues
- To benefit from the views of peers who will share their expertise and experience
- Improve or reflect on one’s professional practice
- To broaden horizons, change perspective, take a step aside
- To work on change with confidence
- To develop one’s own leadership
Objectives of Co-Development
The objectives of CoDev for the leaders of sustainable development in companies are:
- Create the conditions for each participant to move their company towards SD integration
- Foster exchange, bring peer-to-peer support
- Work and reflect together on concrete or strategic issues
- Enable the sharing of experiences and promote the dissemination of good practices
- Offer each participant the opportunity to expand his or her network and develop knowledge of his or her Ecosystem.
Examples of the topics covered:
- How to engage around a project to integrate CSR and positive impact?
- How to transversally influence, mobilise teams and management?
- Manage the multiplicity and complexity of stakeholders and their expectations.
Groups are proposed in inter- and intra-company. Particular care is given to the composition of the groups, respecting the principles of complementarity and compatibility of the members. If you would like to know more about the Co-Development approach and methodology proposed by New Angles, please contact Jacob Mayne (firstname.lastname@example.org).