The RRI methodology is carefully designed to inspire frontline teams to set unreasonable goals, and harness the intense levels of innovation, collaboration, and execution required to achieve them. This choreography puts teams at the forefront, and helps leaders learn new ways to support them - ensuring the sustainability of each project. RRI has embedded 100-Day Challenges within Government programs and community change efforts in more than 20 countries for over 10 years, throughout a wide variety of sectors.
Ongoing and Recent Projects
RRI’s recent and ongoing projects include strengthening the movement to prevent and end youth homelessness in the US, expanding justice and governmental reform work in Latin America, and helping to develop, launch, and support the UAE Government Accelerators program.
Building Government & Community Capacity
RRI has a long history of supporting governments, public institutions, and community based organizations in driving progress towards solving critical social problems. The RRI 100-Day Challenge provides a framework for public sector institutions to convene key stakeholders at the local, regional, or national level and move them to action. In the process of pursuing results, public sector institutions build new partnerships, create more efficient processes and protocols, and change the way they approach their work.
Health and social care
RRI’s health and social care initiatives concentrate on leveraging the knowledge and energy of frontline health and care professionals to transform the way health and social care are provided in their communities. RRI’s work in healthcare leaves a lasting legacy - in the UK, the work we pioneered with Nesta and the NHS continues to grow and achieve meaningful progress.
Housing and homelessness
Since 2012, RRI has helped over 80 U.S. cities launch RRI 100-Day Challenges to bring communities together and accelerate progress toward ending veteran, chronic, and youth homelessness. This includes work in the 100,000 Homes Campaign, the VA’s 25 Cities Initiative, and in the A Way Home America movement to prevent and end youth homelessness.
RRI’s worker engagement programs start from the premise that trust between managers and workers is both possible and critical for making progress on health and safety issues. RRI helps translate the shared interests of workers and managers into bold action and real results. Through the TenSquared program, with funding from the Walt Disney Corporation, we put this into action in Brazil, Turkey, and China.