Break Down Silos, Bring Community Together.
Build agile, aligned strategy
Understand the diversity of perspectives to build an informed strategy
Identify blank spots and derailers to avoid surprises in implementation
Confidently cascade a strategy that reflects district and school priorities and has internal buy-in
Get all stakeholders aligned on top priorities so they can focus teams and make an impact
Here’s how our customers are leveraging Strategic Alignment
Quickly consult your team or entire organization and gain nuanced insights to run an effective and efficient hybrid workplace. Cut down on endless meetings and fosters inclusion and innovation.
Talent & Culture Insights
Help each person contribute fully to the business. Co-create authentic employer branding with the people who bring it to life. Develop a culture that truly understands what the best talent needs—and acts on it.
Tap into collective intelligence
ThoughtExchange applies collective intelligence and patented anti-bias technology to engage district stakeholders on plans and provide leaders with the most realistic perspective on their goals. Get nuanced input on time-sensitive, mission-critical questions—from hundreds, even thousands, of people all at once.
Access real-time employee insights
Strategic planning doesn’t have to be so time-consuming, and you don’t need to “set it and forget it.” With ThoughtExchange, you can accelerate your strategic planning while keeping it agile. Run simultaneous conversations across your district and ensure you’re hearing from all community groups.
Align your community for successful
In this guide, we help you tackle strategic planning challenges in education and tap into your district's collective intelligence to create positive change. Learn how to engage your educators, staff, students, and parents in the planning process to get early buy-in and create successful strategic plans.
“[ThoughtExchange] is just that—an exchange. It’s not a survey. You’re asking people for their opinion, reflecting on those opinions, collecting those opinions from a lot of different voices, and then taking action on them. When the community sees you doing that, they know they’re in good hands.”