Societal Thinking is a set of values, frameworks and principles, developed through many Do-Think-Do cycles of building Societal Platforms, with change leaders around the globe.
At the heart of Societal Thinking is the belief that large social problems cannot be solved by growing one solution manifold but by helping many people to solve the diverse problems they face, with –
Who We Are
We are an emerging community of change leaders, thinkers, mentors, funders, and enablers who share an audacious vision: create exponential and sustainable social change.
We help change leaders around the world, reimagine, and solve social problems in ways that can deliver impact at scale.
ENABLING EXPONENTIAL CHANGE, TOGETHER
Societal Thinking helps change leaders explore different pathways to induce exponential change – by looking at the problems through different Frames, by designing Platforms for scale, by leveraging Exponents to build faster and better. Societal Thinking can be used by anyone at any stage in their journey to build better, solve better.
Our knowledge is accessible and open – to use and build upon.
We deeply focus on 5 domains, which are
“Societal Thinking presents an opportunity to change the way we tackle social problems - to design for more inclusion, more access, more co-creation and more resilience.”
"As we design for a better world that is meaningful, sustainable and collaborative, Societal Thinking can be a critical way to move ahead."
“Co-Impact is delighted to be working deeply with the Societal Thinking team in our efforts to solve societal challenges at scale.”
“Societal Thinking is about the creative use of technology to get more bang for the buck when tackling societal issues.”
"Societal Platforms are audacious endeavours that converge the power of networks, open innovation and shared digital infrastructure to give voice and agency to every individual."
"Thoughtfully developed digital public infrastructure, imagined as Societal Platforms, can form the backbone for an inclusive, resilient and thriving society."