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CBI and its partner Convergence design a highly creative process with key education leaders, creating a shared vision of what an extraordinary 21st-century education might look like for all learners and working together to realize it.
CBI provides highly tailored negotiation training and coaching to Fortune 500 pharmaceutical companies, with direct application to market access negotiations.
CBI designs and facilitates the renegotiation of community agreements between Chevron Nigeria Ltd. and its stakeholders in the contentious Niger Delta through an innovative participatory stakeholder assessment.
The American Cancer Society asks CBI to provide a negotiation skills training course for its Executive Managing Directors from regional offices all over the country. This course catalyzes an organization-wide commitment to building the negotiation skills of all American Cancer Society staff and volunteers.
CBI works with the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to improve member governments' use of mediation and informal problem solving to respond to complaints about corporations' adherence to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
CBI facilitates consensus for the first time on global strategic priorities for the United Nations Development Group, which represents more than 30 United Nations development agencies, funds and programs.
Supported by the Ford Foundation, and in partnership with the New Nigeria Foundation, CBI convenes a multi-stakholder Forum for Inclusive Nigerian Development (FIND). FIND works with national and state leaders and citizens to drive the use of oil and gas revenue for sustainable, inclusive development.
CBI conducts a study to evaluate multi-stakeholder dialogues run by the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development, and identifies six key principles for effective dialogue.
CBI assesses stakeholder concerns about the redevelopment of Assembly Square in Somerville, MA, convenes key stakeholders to assess their readiness to mediate, and issues a conflict assessment outlining areas of agreement and disagreement.
CBI launches innovative website that provides a database on managed retreat and connects municipalities threatened by rising sea levels.
When fishing activity off Hawaii inadvertently harms the local false killer whale population, CBI and CONCUR facilitate negotiations that lead to full consensus on management changes and research activities to reduce whale takes while preserving the fishing fleet's financial viability.
The World Bank, which manages a substantial energy program supporting Nepal’s government, engages CBI to conduct an analysis of the conflict dynamics around transmission siting and to propose potential mechanisms for resolving them.