Businesses, NGOs and projects
Organizations use WikiChange to develop, communicate and co-create their Theory of Change together with their stakeholders.
» Foster a culture of strategic learning, critical thinking and results. Open up 'black boxes' in thinking, and approach societal value creation strategically.
» Take advantage of guiding resources -- such as (video) tutorials, illustrations, thought tools, templates, questions to ask, etc. -- to build your Theory of Change.
» Use your WikiChange account to consistently communicate about strategic issues from the perspective of societal value creation. Embed it on your website.
» Make stakeholders part of the process. Utilize their expertise and resources.
» Convince and fuel excitement for how your organisation is a benefit to society. Build buy-in from funders, civil society, customers, employees, and all stakeholders alike.
» Build your framework for impact measurement, monitoring and evaluation.
» Plan for partnerships and collaboration. Have a constantly evolving shared understanding and compass towards the desired impact.
Make your societal value work to your advantage!
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Stakeholders use WikiChange to learn about social organizations and to help them bring their societal value creation to higher levels.
» Employ your expertise to be of help and influence. Contribute to help move social organisations forward in ways that align with your own values.
» Present yourself through your contributions and by becoming a verified stakeholder.
» Gain concrete and thorough understanding of social organizations' impact rationales and their progress achieved.
» Basis for decision-making, without immediately having to read impact or sustainability reports to get to the real content and essence.
» Learn from other stakeholders' feedback and improve your understanding of an organization.
» Identify organizations with a well thought through vision that deliver impact. Decide which organizations are open to your input, and justify where to spend your resources.
Get involved! Open a free stakeholder account.