Applying An Architecture Mindset to Help Others
We saw an opportunity to take our expertise in architecting organizations and our strong foundation of business problem-solving skills from the corporate world and apply them to help social organizations and initiatives to successfully start, scale and sustain. We did it solely with the purpose to give back, but we found that the experience also broadened our worldview, brought life-changing adventures, and gave our lives a deeper meaning.
For several years, S2E has been helping non-profit organizations, startups, social enterprises, and cross-sector social initiatives to achieve their missions by leveraging business architecture and other viable techniques. We call the concept that we’ve created Architecting for Good ™ (A4G, for short), and our passion is being put to work within organizations of emerging countries in Africa, as well as developed nations like the United States.
“True vocation joins self and service; it comes from the place where your deep gladness meets the world’s deep need.” — Friedrich Buechner
We’d love to share this journey with you. As we expand our reach and impact, we are looking for people who share our passion to make a difference by helping others, and who desire the personal transformation that comes with it. We want to create a movement of architects that give their talents to enable the innovative organizations and initiatives that are addressing some of our world’s most pressing challenges and opportunities.
We will be announcing a new set of offerings in the future, which will provide opportunities for architects to learn how to apply architecture within a social context as well as actually engage at various levels to provide pro bono services to organizations.
Have questions? Want to learn more about how to start architecting for good?
Architecting For Good (A4G) In Minnesota
Twin Cities Business Architecture Forum (TCBAF), a professional community of business architects, senior business analysts, and other affinity roles has teamed with S2E Transformation Architecting For Good (A4G) to provide opportunities for TCBAF members to give back to the community by using their talents to help non-profit organizations.