We believe that sustainable, scalable social impact is most effective when:
Business-driven // Government-enabled // NGO-supported // Donor-catalyzed
We believe business can move beyond traditional CSR to generate shared value for both shareholders and society. By focusing on shared value creation, donors increase their leverage, governments stimulate more inclusive private investment and NGO's become more effective coordinators, coaches, and advocates.
We have leveraged over 20 years in private industry, management consulting, and philanthropy to establish a consulting firm focused on helping corporations, governments, NGO's, and donors collaborate to establish business models that deepen and sustain social impact. While many of these diverse institutions share common interests and goals, we found that they did not always have the tools to craft effective partnerships. When these stakeholders' interests and resources align, the impact on people's lives, and on the broader economy, can be transformative.
Every client and issue is unique, requiring a set of individuals having the most relevant skills and experience. We leverage a network of seasoned experts from around the world in the areas of sustainability, market research, supply chain, retail, agriculture and top-tier management consulting to help you develop the right strategy, find the right partners, and successfully launch your initiative with ongoing support.
Our hybrid approach of C-suite experience, field experience and our flexible engagement model allows us to help you design impactful initiatives from concept to launch, enabling you to communicate the value proposition to all partners and solve issues in the field as they arise.
"Drawing on their vast experience in working with private sector, the team at Rogers MacJohn helped us design innovative partnerships and cost-sharing models to advance the service offering to smallholder farmers in Africa. The team’s ability to connect with people with a non-confrontational communication style and a firm focus on win-win solutions was the key to our success."
— Christian Witt, Senior Program Officer, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation