No two challenges are the same, and each one requires a bespoke approach to solve it.
Good Lab has a wide local and international network of individuals and organisations to draw on for expertise, partnerships and potential solutions.
Our network spans across the traditional government, business and civil society sectors, and includes a number of tri-sector leaders that have made it their mission to unite these sectors to unlock new partnerships.
We believe in the power of collaboration, and thus in each project, we convene unique groups of people together, and using human-centric and collaborative frameworks for participation, bring everyone together to realise common purpose and vision.
Our projects are created and managed by a youthful and energetic team from various backgrounds, including business consulting, social entrepreneurship, government, education and more.
"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them." - Albert Einstein.
In this new era, some challenges persist and are growing. The Gini Coefficient, measuring income inequality, is the highest as it has ever been. People are living older, putting stress on the social welfare system. The aspirations and hopes of young people are trying their best to adapt to these realities, with many abandoning traditional dreams of home ownership and upward mobility.
Our methodology behind our training revolves around the human-centric model of problem solving, where we understand thoroughly the end-users and their challenges. The process includes approaches borrowed from leading practitioners from all over the world (Human Centered Design), which we adapt to a local context.
Good Lab’s training specialises in focusing on the pressing social issues in Hong Kong and brings together international case studies and local examples of how our innovative city is tackling these challenges. Through this experience, we also empower each person to practice and embrace using new approaches to problem solving.