BCG’s Wendy Woods, global head of BCG’s Social Impact practice, talks about the importance of collective cooperation in the social sector.Watch the video
Partnerships across the social, public, and private sectors often play the most powerful role in addressing the toughest societal challenges.
The key for nonprofits to deliver superior social impact is effective cooperation—inside the organization, with other nonprofit institutions, and with partners in the public and private sectors. BCG helps make that cooperation happen and guide it to coordinated action toward achieving a shared goal.
BCG’s conviction that we can all do more together than we can ever do on our own has led us to make a long-term corporate commitment to collaborate with six major social sector organizations around the world:
Additionally, our local offices partner with a broad cross-section of local social impact partners on more than 300 social impact projects every year. Each BCG office chooses the issues it focuses on and the organizations it partners with. This sampling of our local relationships spotlights a few representative efforts from each region. BCG's local involvement takes many forms, including consulting projects, thought leadership, and volunteer activities.