OUR APPROACH

Start with what is. Invent what could be.

 
 
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Step 1: Charter

 

We identify the challenge, sponsorship, deliverables, timeline and design team before launching the project.

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Step 2: Inspire

We research trends internally and externally, building stakeholder and user empathy, and exploring analogous organizations by coaching client-led inspiration scan teams or through full-scale knowledge curation services.

Step 3: Design

We conduct accelerated design workshops to imagine the future and define solution prototypes. Our methods include IDEA JAM, SWARM, HACKATHONS, and TEST SPRINTS.

Step 4: Lead

We facilitate a session to affirm the leadership approach, major milestones, and key accountabilities to support our clients in taking a strategic solution forward.

Step 5: Change

We team with our clients to mobilize change by creating a change framework which includes change team formation, stakeholder analysis, communications, training, and business driven test sprints.

 
 

Leadership

The future of an organization depends upon the people who lead it. Bridge hones the capabilities of current and future leaders, preparing your top talent to take your organization to new levels.

 

Strategy

At Bridge, we infuse strategic planning with design methodologies that help organizations create a bold future vision - and achieve it.

 

Change

If we're simply adapting to change, then we're missing opportunity. At Bridge, we've found that thriving in the midst of change, and allowing it to propel us forward, is what creates sustainable, scalable success.

 
 
The program is a tremendous success. In 2 years we have achieved a measurable increase in business-critical skills, leadership behaviors and individual self-awareness. The courses are a huge motivator; participants feel privileged to attend and enjoy a taste of the Cambridge educational and social experience. Besides achieving strategic alignment of staff, the Real Work Projects have had measurable impact on business results and direction, far in excess of the costs of the program.
— Mike Naylor, Vice President, Shell Exploration Technical