Case studies

For civil society organisations (CSOs), the digital age offers huge opportunities but poses challenging questions:

(i) How to optimally connect to people and partners without losing focus on the mission?
(ii) How to balance co-creating change with stakeholders while preserving stewardship?
(iii) How to scale-up impact by leveraging people engagement?
(iv) How to manage risk smartly and responsibly within the fast changing digital environment?

There is no one size fits all answer to all these questions, but in the below case studies, Amnesty International, Greenpeace, 38 Degrees and Transparency International share with us their insights on how they are starting to address these questions.

Case studies

Scaling-up impact by leveraging people engagement

Reflections on Greenpeace’s connectivity to people and partners

Opportunities & challenges of co-creation with members

The changing nature of risk management in the digital age

Read more:

The Outcome Report on the New Accountability Paradigm

Blog for Feedback Labs by Michael Silberman on Creating Change with, not for, People

A synthesis of a survey that we undertook with the Working Group in 2015.