Against a backdrop of significant constitutional changes in the status of the Caribbean Netherlands we led a feasibility study for the creation of an independent development fund to support the integrated and sustainable development of the islands’ economies, focused on:… Continue Reading →
Simplexity Associate Patricia Lustig led a strategy development programme for an INGO in Bangladesh to develop its Country Strategy for the next 5 years. We ensured that the process was participative, including people from across the organisation and their partner NGOs. In… Continue Reading →
Imagine if our political leaders had had the foresight to go out into diverse communities in advance of the Brexit vote to solicit the views of ordinary people. If they’d listened to rather than talked at the British population. Might… Continue Reading →
Simplexity Associate Tricia Lustig was invited (with Nepali colleagues she was training in the process) to a village in the Nepalese countryside (Phakhel) after they had requested some help. We began by asking them to tell us about a time… Continue Reading →
Our client is both a national and international institution committed to the principle that the way they see art should reflect the diverse range of audiences and partners, as well as of artistic practice today. Research is the foundation for… Continue Reading →
At the Institute of Business Consulting Awards 2009, Simplexity was delighted to be recognised as a finalist in Best International Project for its work with the Government and people of the Caribbean island of Aruba.
The following is taken from the Nos Aruba 2025 project website (www.nosaruba2025.aw) and represents the perspective of Aruba rather than the consultant.