STRATEGIC PROGRAM AND PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
Designing and supporting science-based initiatives to improve conservation outcomes and organizational effectiveness
Organizations large and small sometimes need a fresh set of eyes, some additional analysis, or a new perspective in order to gain and use the best possible information to solve their programmatic and organizational challenges. Key-Log Economics’ team brings a combined eight decades of experience in staff, senior leadership, and board positions in governmental, for-profit, and NGO sectors to those challenges.
applications and outcomes
While all of our research, modeling, and policy analysis brings that experience to bear at the individual project level, we also like to get to the 10,000 meter level and help clients discover and hone strategies for meeting their objectives in new ways or with new information and tools.
We also know that no organization has the time, budget, or need for the all-too-common planning processes that produce too much paper (including consultants’ invoices) and too little action. If you are ready to define and connect your vision to limited (and therefore effective) operating guidance and then start implementing a plan worthy of the term “strategic” and if you are willing learn as you go, we can help you get started.
PLACES AND PROJECTS
Key-Log Economics' research and communications support has added an economic counterbalance to a prevailing narrative that natural gas pipelines bring economic benefits to rural communities.
With our clients, we have developed the idea that wetland forest conservation in the U.S. South is economically as well as ecologically sound, even when the risk to forests comes in the name of reducing fossil energy use.
U.S. West Including Alaska
South and Southeast Asia
Helping Keep Hanoi Clean value its economic contribution to the city
Organizational and program development to support sustainable agriculture in Vietnam
We would like to help every organization make the most if its time and resources, but our own time is limited, so we don't think we'll be losing too much business to share our "recommended reading" for organizational leaders who want to get going on their own.