“We can be confident that action which is in accord with a few basic beliefs cannot be wrong and can at least testify to the values we will need to cultivate. These are the beliefs that the human race is a family that has inherited a place on the earth in common, that its members have an obligation to work toward sharing it so that none is deprived of the elementary needs for life, and that all have a responsibility to leave it undegraded for those who follow.”
Gilbert F. White, Leading 20th Century Environmental Geographer
George Weber has over 30 years of experience as a policy analyst, planner, manager, and builder of collaboration in efforts to solve complex problems and improve the natural environment and peoples’ lives.
He supports public, business, and non-government organization clients by taking a systems perspective, integrating system components, and drawing on a range of data and expertise from natural and social sciences, community and organizational development, law, and engineering.
He has developed and applies a distinctive approach for building collaboration among stakeholders, technical experts, and other resources to solve complex problems. The approach enables clients to benefit by:
- Developing a strategic vision, comprehensive and systematic analysis, and strategic and implementation plans to build collaborating networks of stakeholders;
- Resolving and mitigating conflicts before they cause significant political, legal, and cost constraints to carrying out planned projects and programs; and
- Carrying out projects and programs more effectively and efficiently than approaches typically taken that lack a guiding strategic framework.
“George Weber is a conceptual thinker, able to bring diverse views and data into a larger system focus. Mr. Weber has strong facilitation skills and helps policy stakeholders identify common values and goals, allowing for productive and collaborative problem-solving.”
Josh Abram, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Colorado Legislative Council