Tag Archives: strategic systems mapping

Town of Vail

Town of Vail with Hal Rabbino The project with the Town of Vail covered the first two weeks of December 1998, exploring how this very successful global-destination ski resort could meet the needs of its visitors and its residents simultaneously.  Using the emerging Strategic Clarity process, we engaged the leadership of the Town of Vail in […]

Society for Organizational Learning

Society for Organizational Learning with Hal Rabbino The project with the Council of the Society for Organizational Learning (SoL) began in the early fall of 2001, exploring how to engage SoL’s growing membership, across three constituencies: corporate members; researchers; and consultants.  The year-long Strategic Clarity process inquired into the systemic strategy, shifts in mental models and […]

San Miguel de Allende — Urban and Regional Planning

San Miguel de Allende (Mexico) — Urban and Regional Planning with Conrado Garcia Madrid The San Miguel de Allende project started in 2010 with the local chamber of commerce, exploring the development of San Miguel beyond its strong successes in tourism.  This multi-stakeholder project evolved by 2014 to include the governor’s office, exploring regional development of […]

Mexican Financial System

Mexican Financial System with Luz Maria Puente Kawashima The Mexican Financial System project used strategic systems mapping to engage institutions across the Mexican financial system, including 42 stakeholder interviews from banks, non-banking banks, think tanks, academics, regulators, and insurers, from micro-financing to large financial institutions.  The intention, supported by co-investors UNIFIM, PWC, and the Institute for Strategic […]

EAN Vermont–The Next Generation

Energy Action Network (EAN) Vermont–The Next Generation with Annabel Membrillo Jimenez The EAN Vermont project is in its ninth year, from its initial inception through its strategic systems collaborative process, described elsewhere in the knowledgeable.  The new generation of leadership, recently engaged in 2017, reached out to engage Vibrancy in exploring how to re-embrace the systemic understanding […]

JFK The American School of Queretaro

JFK The American School of Queretaro with Annabel Membrillo Jimenez and Conrado Garcia Madrid The JFK project is a 15-year initiative that took place in Mexico, from early 2004 to now in 2018, with the leadership of a large K-12 private school in Queretaro, Mexico.  This school has to comply with the standards of the Mexican […]

SAPAL — Water Management System for Leon (Mexico) Metropolitan Area

SAPAL — Water Management System for the Leon (Mexico) Metropolitan Area with Annabel Membrillo Jimenez and Conrado Garcia Madrid The SAPAL project is a 5-year initiative that took place in Mexico, from 2000 to 2005, with the leadership of a large governmental agency chartered with managing the water system of the metropolitan area of Leon (population […]

YES — Youth Entrepreneurship and Sustainability

YES (Youth Entrepreneurship and Sustainability) —  with Luz Maria Puente Kawashima The YES (Youth Entrepreneurship and Sustainability) project started in 2008, when Luz Maria Puente sat with YES Latin America leadership, as part of the iScale Strategy, Structure, and Governance Community of Practice, first in a Clarity Forum near Boston (USA) and then in Geneva […]

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell with Luz Maria Puente Kawashima, Hal Rabbino, and Marshall Clemens The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell project used strategic systems mapping and idiagrams to engage the leadership of a very impactful nonprofit, serving over 200 kids in Lowell, MA (USA), and on the brink of financial collapse, […]