Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur or seasoned changemaker, we're here to help build your strategy for social change.
If you're a start-up struggling to align your operations with your mission, Artha will help you identify exactly what you want to contribute - and how. If you're an established organization with a defined solution, but facing difficulty in achieving your desired impact, we'll help you figure out what is going wrong.
Through a combination of thoughtful collaborative exercises and independent analysis we'll turn passion, drive, and resources into a concrete strategy for impact.
Artha helps organizations create more effective social products and services through human-centered and behavioral design. This means helping you put the people you serve at the center of problem solving efforts to create solutions that work. It includes taking into account existing evidence on human behavior, as well as studying what others have already tried. so that you design a solution that is effective more efficiently. We ask the right questions; garner insights from relevant pre-existing evidence and ground level exploration; and facilitate the ideation, creation and testing of potential solutions. In short, we're social impact strategists who believe in the power of design to do good.
You don't need to be the majority.
We'll help you design and execute research to promote data-driven decisionmaking. Artha conducts needs assessment to help you xplore your target beneficiaries and customers, as well as impact evaluations so you can determine the effectiveness of your pproach. The world is unpredictable, but you can set yourself up to adapt effectively and efficiently by systematically collecting evidence-based insights.
Any organization's capacity to instigate social change starts with their biggest asset: people.
Unfortunately, capacity is often limited because individuals can't effectively collaborate in pursuit of a shared mission. Specifically, they experience what management Patrick Lencioni terms the "Five Dysfunctions": inattention to results, avoidance of accountability, lack of commitment, fear of conflict and absence of trust. These dysfunctions arise because individuals do not feel included, cared for, respected or incentivized - all signs of an emotionally unintelligent workplace. What exactly is an emotionally intelligent work place? One where leaders, team members, and organizational structures promote and practice self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management - four key competency areas defined by Daniel Goleman. We'll help you cultivate emotional intelligence through individual and team coaching - all so you can do the good work, better.