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Common Impact is committed to integrity and pursuit of excellence. We promote transparency and adhere to the highest ethical standards. We continually strive to gain new insights and perspectives in the for-profit, nonprofit, and philanthropic communities. We welcome each new collaboration as a chance to grow and better serve our communities.
Nonprofit Case Studies
William Byrd Community House and Genworth Financial
Volunteer needs analysis: New tools to strengthen a corporate volunteering program.
InnerCity Entrepreneurs and Accenture
Website technology upgrade: New online tools accelerate a network of inner city small businesses.
Generations Inc. and Fidelity Investments
Program Management Database: Strengthening systems to support growth and quality assurance.
Peace Games and Cisco
Networking: A virtual private network enables improved information management across new offices.
Cambridge Arts Council and Accenture
Market Research: Building the case for the arts as a differentiator.
Project R.I.G.H.T. and CA
Collateral Analysis: New marketing materials for higher-impact advocacy.
Tutoring Plus and Fidelity Investments + Keane
Website redesign: A new look and feel with the right messages helps to diversify sources of philanthropic support.
Boston Partners in Education and Fidelity Investments
Personnel Policies: A new approach to personnel policies for a more satisfied staff.
ACCESS and State Street Corporation
Performance Evaluation Tools: Creating a continuous improvement process for staff.
Father Bill's Place and State Street Corporation
Staffing Optimization: Restructuring tasks to optimize productivity.
Recruiting Gen Y
What it takes to become the next generation's employer of choice.
Retaining Key Talent
State Street and Common Impact team up to enhance a major initiative to retain key talent.
Fidelity and Common Impact prepare new managers for the demands of overseeing teams and managing projects.
Building Cross-Cultural Communities
Employees from State Street's Boston and China offices volunteered to build a website for a local nonprofit, improving their cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary skills along the way.
Volunteer Case Studies
Steve Morin, CIO of TAC Worldwide, guides a local inner city development organization, ICIC, through the purchase of a customer relationship management system.
Analog Devices employees find new satisfaction in "giving what they know" through a Microsoft Office training endeavor with homeless services shelter, hopeFound.