Our online dialogue helps you to bring the most important stakeholders, members, clients, partners, and personnel a part of a common development work. You will benefit from your stakeholder’s expertise and know-how while activating and engaging them to have an impact on common goals.
Your stakeholders share their ideas and their ideas, evaluate each other’s thoughts, and create completely new, versatile solutions which support the service development process and future operations. As a result, you will be provided with analyzed information and concrete proposals to support decision making and development work.
Our service is well suited for e.g. organizations service development and clarification of brand and customer needs.
Anonymous participation ensures the best, not the loudest ideas are heard
Make the wisdom of your crowds an important part of the development work
Make developing the organization easily accessible and inspirational
Get a wider understanding of versatile viewpoints and coverages
Get valuable stakeholder feedback on common practices and operations
The results help you create new solutions that better fit your stakeholders’ needs
WE ARE GLAD TO HELP YOU WITH E.G. THESE TOPICS
Provide citizens with the opportunity to participate safely in improving matters for themselves in all circumstances. Increase the freedom of choice and flexibility of service users by ensuring that services change according to citizens’ needs.
By encouraging continuous change and improvement, you commit to a comprehensive overhaul of public services rather than by making staff separate. As you gather information and ideas from external stakeholders, you communicate the work that has already been done.
The user-driven online dialogue provides a framework for development work and focuses attention and solutions on relevant themes without creating a barrel of wishes from the discussion.
Monitor important key figures and consult staff regularly. Use our web-based pulse measurement to find out the successes of the process, find bottlenecks and at the same time measure the staff’s feeling of change.