For the past few years I’ve been serving in an informal advisory capacity for a company called SecondMuse, which is learning to apply the art and science of collaboration to the betterment of the world. Some of their projects include Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) and Launch.
Last spring we co-authored a chapter on collaboration in a book called Creating Good Work: The World’s Leading Social Entrepreneurs Show How to Build A Healthy Economy.
This week we were asked to publish a blog post on the Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire.
The theme of the chapter and the blog post is “organic collaboration.” We use this term to refer to collaboration between diverse organizations — from across the public, private, and civil society sectors — who are working together systematically toward goals that benefit the entire social body.
If you’re interested in reading more, click on the CSRNewswire blog post above.