“It shouldn’t be a one-size-fits-all solution. We’re all built different… and that’s a good thing.”
Our approach is patterned after the principles that drive the growth of a community. For us, work is a set of communities big and small and most of them grow the same way. We start with the early adopters, the people who try stuff just because. Then we work with teams and groups who test those ideas and innovations and prove them out using data, stories, and creativity. Our goal is to influence a cultural shift, but before that can happen the transformation must reach critical mass. Once all of that is done it’s business as usual and then we help you start all over again.
Information is everywhere and in many different forms. We don’t claim to know your business better than you, but we do know how to ask questions that help you think differently. Our goal is to learn how information flows through your organization and the discover the people that make it happen. We need influencers who not only see the vision, but know how to make it happen. They are the catalyst of change and an example for others to follow.
In our efforts to help our clients transform their business we have to start with people — who makes it happen, what they think, how they feel, and what they want. We must understand how the change is going to impact their business, the work they do every day. That typically comes in the form of content management — the right information in the right place at the right time. Once we understand the impact people can have and what information they need to make it happen we can turn to technology; the tools that will make it happen.
Information, when open and available isn’t restricted to the rigidity of an company’s organizational hierarchy, it flows and reaches the ears and eyes of employees who need the content faster. In years past that attitude toward information management may have been a crazy suggestion, but now, with the help of technology, we can re-imagine how our communication ecosystems work. Carpool’s understanding of this new way of working allows us to creatively solve problems and engage employees. A creative campaign can unlocks people’s minds and help them realize latent potential and release their own creativity.