We used ThinkWrong Drills
to imagine a portfolio of bold, status quo–busting solutions.
We described a bold path that deflects from the status quo—shifting from the way things are to how they might be.
We considered who might be most important to our success—and to whom our success might matter most.
Residents in Economically Depressed Communities
Residents in Growing Hispanic Communities
City Government and State Government
High School Graduates, Students and Teachers
Existing Small Business Owners
Entrepreneurs of Color
The “Hidden” Leadership in Baltimore
Loyola Leadership, Faculty and Students
Artists and Creatives
We shifted our mindset to understand the people who matter most to our success—and to whom our success might matter most.
We escaped the biases, orthodoxies, and assumptions that define the status quo—and that limit the impact we might have.
Challenge the Challenge.
We encouraged building and growing a culture that questions the way things are.
We quickly built a view of our portfolio of growth and value options.
We explored new ways of organizing and operating.
We crafted stories for our emerging solutions to better understand how they might work and how people might experience them.
This is what we got...