WHAT WE DO
We work with the public, social, and not-for-profit sectors to address complex issues that improve society.
We work with clients to understand their business, analyze challenges, and implement plans for sustained improvement.
STRATEGY & ANALYTICS
PLANNING • DATA ANALYTICS • ORGANIZATIONAL IMPROVEMENT
We offer a data-driven approach to developing or refreshing strategies. We understand best-practices, engage key partners and community, and use advanced analytics to inform strategy and improve decision-making.
IT PLANNING • ARCHITECTURE • PRIVACY
Information technology is an important part of business improvement and organizational change. We help clients with technology strategy, system design, system selection, and have expertise in privacy and information sharing.
HUMAN-CENTRED DESIGN • PROGRAM DESIGN • SERVICE DESIGN
We take a human-centred approach to service design by including the people we are designing for in all steps of the process. We believe it is important to involve clients and client-facing staff to co-design services and programs.
PROJECT PLANNING • BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE • IMPLEMENTATION
Many organizations are going through broad-sweeping organizational change. We support our clients through transformation by providing structure, process and plans that make the change possible.
LEADERSHIP • CHANGE MANAGEMENT • FACILITATION
We understand that an organization’s people and its culture are some of its most important assets. We work with clients to help develop leaders and implement complex organizational change.
BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE • EXPERIMENTATION • SOCIAL INNOVATION
Davis Pier’s new social innovation outpost, Pier Labs, works with partners in government, healthcare, academia, and the not-for-profit sector to help solve some of the toughest problems our region is facing.
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