Change Managers With Integrity

Our Services


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  • Executive Advisory Service for Boards of Directors
  • STEM curriculum
  • Trend Analysis
  • Change Management Toolkit©
  • “Hearts, Hands, & Minds” Training©
  • Strategic Planning
  • Program Sustainability
  • Leadership Models
  • Building government, corporate, academic coalitions for STEM
  • Transition to Green Initiatives
  • Marketing Research
  • Marketing Communications,
  • Advising on Road-maps to Change in IT, energy, academic, health-care, and government sectors
  • Lean Six Sigma Templates
  • Benchmarking and BenchCasing©
  • Quality Improvement Systems
  • Innovation Facilitation
  • AJA Desktop Change 
  • Process Model© & Mapping
  • Inventiate© Knowledge Management
  • Organization Diagnosis, Design, and Transformation Tools
  • U.S. Partnership in Education for Sustainable Development Programs
  • Quality Tools & Techniques
  • Scorecards
  • ISO standards
  • Facilitate the creative process to build new ideas
  • Methods of innovation include:
  • Problem solution
    This is the most simple method of progress, where someone has found a problem and as a result, solves it.
    Derivative idea
    This involves taking something that already exists and changing it.
    Symbiotic idea
    A symbiotic method of idea creation is when multiple ideas are combined, using different elements of each to make a whole.
    Revolutionary idea
    A revolutionary idea breaks away from traditional thought and creates a brand new perspective. For example, Marxism (an evolutionary form of Hegelianism), or the writings of Copernicus (a development of classical Greek thought).
    Serendipitous discovery
    Serendipitous solutions are ideas which have been coincidentally developed without the intention of the inventor. For example, the discovery of penicillin.
    Targeted innovation
    Creating a targeted innovation deals with a direct path of discovery. This is often accompanied by intensive research in order to have a distinct and almost expected resolution. For example, linear programming.
    Artistic innovation
    Artistic innovation disregards the necessity for practicality and holds no constraints.
    Philosophical idea
    The philosophical idea lives in the mind of the creator and can never be proven. This type of idea however can still have vast residual effects. For example, the idea of eternal recurrence.
    Computer-assisted discovery
    This uses a computer in order to widen possibilities of research and numeric possibilities. analyze and decide how to execute needed change