Focus on performance and results
Results-based management (RBM) is an approach that focuses on achieving outcomes, implementing performance measurement, learning, and adapting, as well as reporting on performance. eia is focused on developing effective project/programme activities, measuring and evaluating their success, adapting according to those results, continuously sharing information, lessons, and learning in order to improve our performance. Our goal is to develop learning organizational culture that supports results-based management and improves our problem-solving capabilities.
Teamwork is essential
Addressing complex environmental challenges and issues requires active involvement of government, community groups, civil society organizations and businesses. Environmental and climate change problems affect everyone. Partnerships and stakeholder collaboration is essential for developing and pursuing new ideas. eia is working progressively on active and efficient involvement of all stakeholders in development of environmental solutions.
"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe," wrote environmentalist John Muir nearly a century ago. Holistic approach to environment recognizes that the interconnectedness of natural and human elements in the system occurs to varying degrees and in a myriad of ways. A first step in this approach is to cease regarding the natural system as separate from human and economic systems. Stakeholders involved in this approach work together more closely, sharing their diverse knowledge and resources to identify the problems, opportunities and the solutions in terms of an integrated ecological, social and economic system.In all of our projects, eia is dedicated to successful integration of environmental, economic, and social objectives.