Humanity is about to step off a sustainability cliff.

We believe that humanity is about to step off a sustainability cliff unless we rapidly transition to sustainable practices — in just about everything we do.

Humanity’s efforts to tackle environmental issues have been hamstrung because we keep trying to solve them using the same thinking that caused them. This has prevented organizations - through which we create most of our impact on the planet – from working together effectively to bring their collective experience, expertise and resources to bear on the problems that matter.   We need to change to a new paradigm on how organizations collaborate and we need to change fast if we are to avert environmental catastrophe.  We call this new paradigm Radical Collaboration because it takes collaboration beyond the constraints of conventional commercial relationships and unites organizations around the achievement of non-financial objectives, and because it aims to achieve results beyond those that could be achieved by each organization acting alone – the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

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Our values


Radical Collaboration requires real connection.  We strive to foster authentic human relationships and meaningful connection as the foundation for Radical Collaboration.


The time for talk has past, we are here to make a measurable difference. We maintain line of sight to outcomes and focus on actions that have impact.


We are all part of the problem, we all need to be part of the solution.  When all voices are heard, our sustainability solutions are better, get implemented faster and are more enduring.

Our story


Founders build a project diagnostic tool that is subsequently sold to Deloitte globally.


Founders launch Brooke Global, a boutique management consulting firm specialising in organizational transformation.


Founders start exploring how to apply the collaborative problem-solving and outcome measurement approaches they developed in the corporate world to social problems.


Launch of Huber Social, a social enterprise aimed at improving the wellbeing of communities


Collaboration with Oxford University Blavatnik School of Government established; Huber Social CEO presents at the United Nations Data Forum and conducts projects in Africa and Asia Pacific.


Huber Social are lead authors of the Handbook for Measuring and Valuing Social Impact for Standards Australia, only the second such guide published globally.


Huber Social reaches 100 projects delivered across 10 countries; clients span the private, public, and not for profit sectors.


An inflection point for the founders; seeking to build on learnings from Huber Social, but broaden our impact beyond the social sector, the Radical Collaboration Institute is born following initial consulting work for ERM and Accounting for Nature.


Global launch to be announced at the Global Nature Positive Summit in early October 2024.

Our team

The Radical Collaboration Institute is the creation of serial entrepreneurs who have already built disruptive and purpose-driven ventures, products, and services in management consulting, project management, risk management, and social impact measurement.

The Institute represents the culmination of our work, bringing together insights, frameworks, principles, processes, and tools that have been developed and proven in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors and focusing them on the challenges of shifting to the  Radical Collaboration paradigm.

Uniting people within and across organizations around non-financial goals and enabling them to collaborate to achieve them has always been at the heart of what we do, as is a relentless focus on outcomes and meaningful, measurable results.

Hans Bolluijt

Senior Market Researcher

Brett Nan Tie


Jeroen Bolluijt