Scaling Change

Networks are the infrastructure for how things get done. It is by engaging other individuals and organizations that ideas are turned into reality.

The most consequential networks are united by a common cause and sustained by the substance of their ideas. It was the network of the Founding Fathers that turned the idea of democracy into the government of the United States of America.

Ludke Consulting collaborates with innovators, leaders, and doers that have a shared commitment to scaling ideas into something that creates lasting value in society.

Monticello – home of Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the United States.

Through data-driven research and an understanding of network science, Ludke Consulting helps clients create networks of partners, enter existing networks, and engage networks to take ideas from concept to reality – and scale into outcomes that foster e a greater good.

With our ability to communicate ideas at the speed of light, networks form and adapt more quickly than at any other point in time. Today, networks range from tightly connected groups of friends on Facebook to the global movement of people and organizations joined in their commitment to ending poverty.

Networks are changing the world. Ludke Consulting can show you how to maximize them to achieve your vision of success.

Through data-driven research and an understanding of network science, Ludke Consulting helps clients create networks of partners, enter existing networks, and engage networks to take ideas from concept to reality – and scale into outcomes that foster e a greater good.

With our ability to communicate ideas at the speed of light, networks form and adapt more quickly than at any other point in time. Today, networks range from tightly connected groups of friends on Facebook to the global movement of people and organizations joined in their commitment to ending poverty.

Network Analysis in Action

Current State of Sustainable Markets

Top Actors in Sustainable Markets

Public Sector

Private Sector

Cause Sector

Finance Sector