Policy services build integrated pathways on standards and good practices related to the twin digital-green transition. It is designed to help decision-makers manage the creation, review, and implementation of environmental, social and governance policies across all departments and all jurisdictions. Using the GCRI’s multi-platform network, QH stakeholders can generate consensus on dynamic frameworks and implement solutions to monitor and upgrade security, privacy, and trust protocols aligned with regulatory compliance. Policy pathways can be deployed as a standalone project or in a matrix as a part of broader governance, risk, and compliance initiatives. When implemented through the MPM, they can integrate policy and public relations instruments to support management, safety, security, risk, and compliance needs. Managers can create and deliver policy repositories, centralize team operations, and automate workflow with assignments and micro-tasks to map, track, change, and report on the policy landscape – all in one place.
Policy Quests enable step-by-step modular pathways allowing funders to load-balance credits based on assignments and quiz results. Policy Quests can then be connected to other tasks allowing transdisciplinary projects to run and scale dynamically. Members can create and remix paths for building integrated network quests via a peer-to-peer marketplace. The MPM’s cross-functional capabilities provide QH stakeholders with the ultimate agency and freedom to design and deploy Policy Quests. Using MPM properties, members earn micro-credentials and platform rewards for designing, teaching, or completing quests
Policy Bounties connect stakeholders with industry experts, researchers, and ethical hackers who can work on various tasks such as security, risk, development, and management operations. Bounty funders offer builders a wide range of rewards for uncovering critical issues and unlocking new opportunities. The MPM’s native bounties use SDGs as the backbone for civic issues under open collaboration programs. Individuals with excellent PoC have the chance to become bounty hunters and unlock unique growth opportunities with impact-oriented results. Ultimately, stakeholders can build multiple CCell in Digital Twins and scale results with robust bounty streams for top teams and solutions
Policy Builds enable a distributed development model in which builders and teams collaborate on applications or policy needs across geographical lines. With MPM, stakeholders benefit from zero-trust processes and robust CRS models to automate workflow and focus on competence, compliance and performance. Builds are available to global talent pools and create intense competition among incoming proposals, allowing funders to work with vetted teams and vendors that provide the best possible service with the highest PoC scores. MPM allows “a process” to be delivered as a service, empowering managers to focus on building core competencies while improving retention rates, lowering the risk of burnout and making teams more productive
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