Global Ecology positions higher education institutions and private, public and non-profit sector organizations for success. Global Ecology does this by establishing effective networks or assessing existing networks to develop new strategies for success in a complex, global world characterized by rapid change and uncertainty.
Our Principles are Simple
- Dare to ask questions.
- Imagine what you do not know.
- Assess and sustain networks.
- Build on your strengths.
- Understand how what we do as individuals and organizations connects us to other people, organizations and places;
- Assess complex information and imagine what we do not know so that our actions are sound;
- Collaborate rather than compete, or risk succumbing to ‘group-think.’
- Identify collaborators that offer complementary expertise and new perspectives
Global Ecology assists organization in identifying ways to apply these principles—whether preparing for success in a global work place, creating local employment alternatives, or developing future development scenarios.
Tools include strategic planning, professional development, effective collaboration building, program and curriculum design that links learning to practical problem solving, and assessing and redefining desired outcomes in light of continued change.
Global Ecology uses these tools to help organizations assess their mission and goals, identify suitable networks of expertise, establish goal oriented connections, and focus their resources.