The National Farmers Union – Ontario is a farm organization whose members work together to advocate for policies that maintain small and medium sized family farms as the primary food-producers in Canada. The NFU-O believes agriculture should be economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable and lead to enriched soils, biodiverse ecosystems, financially-viable farms, health and safe food, and thriving rural communities. Eco-Ethonomics Inc. has been hired to undertake an organizational review …Read More
Eco-Ethonomics’ consultant team began working with City of Kitchener staff to engage stakeholders and strategic partners throughout southwestern Ontario and Waterloo Region to collect feedback from a variety of stakeholders whose ideas and perspectives will assist in setting new strategic priorities for the Kitchener market. The Kitchener market has enjoyed a long history with many successes and has been recognized as a key asset that fits within the City’s vision of …Read More
Eco-Ethonomics Inc. is currently working with Social Planning Toronto, York Hispanic Centre, For Youth Initiative, Somali Immigrant Aid Organization, Community Action Resource Centre, Women Abuse Council of Toronto, through a collaborative stakeholder engagement and strategic planning process. The organizations are co-located and wish to explore opportunities for collaboration, shared service models, and potential cost efficiencies in working together.
Eco-Ethonomics researched seniors’ services and service gaps in the Region of Peel for immigrants which fed into the facilitation of a strategic planning process, setting priorities for improving the coordination of senior support services across the region. The consulting team which was led by e-Nova Consulting supported the CASIS leadership in the development of a five-year operational plan to address the identified strategic priorities.
Eco-Ethonomics is working with senior management at Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre to develop an integrated housing and homelessness plan to ensure the highest level of care for vulnerable individuals. The development of the plan included multiple mapping sessions, intensive working sessions, staff information session, support in recruitment and hiring, and implementation planning with key staff. Deliverables included a series of model visualizations, new job descriptions, a critical path, case management …Read More
Eco-Ethonomics conducted community-based research, interviewing multiple stakeholders in part to determine its impact on the community and in part to determine its future direction. A summary report was produced and presented to the Board of Directors informing the organizations strategic planning process.
Eco-Ethonomics and associates worked with A-Way Express Courier’s Board of Directors to research and identify new opportunities for their organization.
Eco-Ethonomics provided a detailed environmental scan and stakeholder consultation prior to facilitating strategic planning with the foundations board of directors. The organization successfully set its strategic direction for the next three years.
Eco-Ethonomics facilitated an extensive stakeholder consultation process followed by strategic planning where the board of directors set the direction for the organization for the next five years. One of the outcomes of this process was that the organization planned to raise $10 million for a cancer care centre for companion animals.
Eco-Ethonomics facilitated a two-day strategic planning retreat for the board of directors for the international development organization focused on poverty reduction through improving food security through systemic change projects. The board created a vision, developed a strategy and set targets for resource development, for the next three years.