We can advise you on your planning processes, whether they are strategic or more focused, for example, on knowledge co-construction or mobilization.
Strategic planning, for either projects or programs, benefits from a foundation of tailored knowledge, successful collaboration, ongoing assessment methods and targeted social change.
Knowledge mobilization has become a hot topic and refers to the process by which knowledge circulates to the benefit of communities. It is therefore important to draw on more theoretical knowledge and to tailor this knowledge to support action.
The concept of knowledge co-construction is also gaining traction, with individuals from universities, communities and governments working together to develop knowledge and sharing it in such a way that government and community stakeholders can more directly act on it.