Manara is an ancient word, meaning lighthouse. Traditionally, lighthouses exposed the hidden dangers that lurked in treacherous coastlines and guided sailors and pilots to safe harbors. They were symbols of clarity in darkness or stormy weather.

Today organizations large and small must navigate constantly shifting paradigms,  disruption threats and rapid changes in their environments, not to mention the ups and down of the economy. We are your lighthouse through these interesting times.

We help you anticipate future developments in your industry through strategic foresight; we assist you in evaluating various scenarios with business modeling tools. And we’re with you every step of the way when planning and implementing the changes required to make your organization more sustainable, resilient and profitable.

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The Clean50 Awards

July 6th, 2017

Canada’s Clean50 Awards offer annually recognition to Canada’s leaders in sustainability for their contributions over the prior two years. Nominations are collected year round until Canada Day each year, reviewed, and then honourees for three different types of awards are announced each September: Clean50 Individuals, Clean50 Emerging Leaders, and Clean50 Top 15 Projects. The Clean50 […] Read more >

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Studio Summit #2

In August 2014 Studio Summit 1, an invitation-only gathering, was held at the Studio of the Copenhagen Business School. Its participants focused on exploring the studio educational methods, defining their essential components, and discussing studio pedagogy for business, engineering and science education. Building on that successful event the Resilience Design Lab at OCAD University in […] Read more >