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A “Worlds” project

Understand, design and built sustainable

Step 1: Interpreting the current World of your teams

The actual World of your teams and clients is revealed when justifying actions: “I do that because…”

Behaviors of internal and external actors are revealed by the World approach, when participating, with shared deliverables between the steering committee and teams:

  • World questionnaire
  • Internet survey
  • Meetings
  • Group focus
  • Individual interview
  • Seminar
Step 2: Designing the expected World and assessing the gap with the current World

The strategy only makes sense when all conditions to implement it are gathered: the expected World.

We understand your strategy and we help you building your expected World to increase and optimize your results:

  • Steering seminars
  • Conventions
  • Benchmark “Worlds”
  • Strategy template/World
  • Gap analysis between current and expected “Worlds”
  • Identification and priorization of the bridges
  • Project plan
Step 3: Building and developing the bridges

“We build too many walls and not enough bridges” Isaac Newton

Action meaning: it gives you the final result, principles and the ability to decide quickly in the expected World

Desire to act: the central process topples into the expected World. As a symbol, it makes the change permanent and gives the opportunity to go further.

Ability to act: acts organize a rational imitation which guide the action to the expected World

World makers: He is the giver. He is already in the expected World. He translates the expected World into the current World.

The bridges approach is innovative when creating a constant parallelism between four levels which are normally seen in silos, even incomplete and disconnected:

  • Strategy level: every bridge is based on an action sense
  • Process level: every bridge is based on a central process: the one which enables to turn into your expected World.
  • Behavior level: every bridge gives right actions to make in order to already be in the expected World
  • Human Capital level: every bridge is carried on by someone who acts like a giver
Step 4: From bridges to a sustainable result

A World project guided by results to achieve

  • Commercial development
  • Internal performance
  • Progress dashboard, institutionalization