You will be able to apply scientifically-based social innovations to business management or sustainability projects.
You will find innovative solutions for social processes through the active participation of people aligned with common goals.
You will obtain solutions and tools to achieve a high impact by understanding communities from their own context.
You cannot achieve the desired impact with the size of your current business?
We invite you to evaluate your own potential to scale your impact and face the challenges of today and the future.
Are you tired of managing projects in a traditional way?
With our methodologies, we help you build collective strategies by listening to the protagonists and aligning the stakeholders involved.
Are project participants heading in different directions? Is it difficult to reach a collective goal?
Learn the role of an effective intermediary, and communicate through a common language among the leaders of your organization or project.
Have you enrolled in predefined courses that do not fit what you are looking for?
VIVA Idea analyzes your needs and creates training spaces that help scale the impact of your projects.
We work, collaborate and exchange knowledge with a large number of actors who have generated large-scale impact towards sustainability.
Social Progress Imperative,
Ministry of Production of Peru,
Hernando de Soto
Institute for Liberty and Democracy,
International Council on Security and Development (ICOS),
Fair Trade USA,
“The heart next to the invisible hand” is impact investing, says GSG founder Sir Ronald Cohen. “The time is now,” was the main message that organizations from around the world delivered at the Global Steering Group for Impact Investment (GSG) Leadership Meeting, as it is known around the world.
Inequality, exclusion, poverty and the climate crisis are just a few examples of the global challenges we are currently facing and which make it clear that no single sector of society can solve on its own. The Sustainable Development Goals will not be achieved if companies, organizations and States do not commit to them.
“The governance of international non-governmental organizations: intermediation between developed countries and the developing world” is the chapter that Urs Jäger and Jose Pablo Valverde wrote in the book “Research Handbook on nonprofit governance” published by Edward Elgar Publishing in London and edited and compiled by Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Michael Meyer and Filip Wijkström.