Organizing campaigns, contract negotiations, public policy campaigns, and political campaigns of all types require well-researched information to develop a winning strategy.
Increasingly unions develop corporate campaigns as part of their organizing strategies.
These campaigns are based on information gathered about a particular employer, industry, public officer holder, set of policies or laws, worker demographics, or financial analysis to name only a few relevant categories.
Strategic researchers can play an essential role as part of a leadership team in your union or organization.
A strategic research training can focus on what kinds of information provide leverage, use of internet tools, how to map out the political and financial relationships of a company, and many other things.
While often very detail-oriented and sometimes tedious, strategic research can yield very exciting results when developing campaigns.
We recommend that a strategic research training be no less than a full day, and could run for several days. 206.934.6671