Humans are driven to improve our lives and the world around us. Yet it is becoming increasingly clear that our dominant strategies of thinking and working cannot produce the kind of radical improvement that society needs today. We must adopt a new strategy—a new framework to routinely innovate across all sectors of society.
At Mighty, we believe that design offers such a framework. Our group practices design as the driving strategy for projects and organizations, and the result is a radically different way to lead through creative action. We call this strategic design.
Much of Mighty's recent work is centered around a few extraordinary projects at Georgetown University, where we are currently partnered with the Kennedy Institute of Ethics to help build and run EthicsLab, a strategic design and innovation lab committed to creating a more ethical future. We are also in the early stages of a partnership to help lead Design Across the Curriculum, an initiative by Georgetown's Vice Provost for Education to infuse design into the core curriculum.
Prior to our work at Georgetown, we've helped lead design-driven projects to create products and services, develop educational programs and university curricula, shape organizational structure and culture, and change institutional policies and practices. Some past clients and partners include National Geographic, Best Buy, Stephen Hawking, Harvard University, Kanye West, Boston University, and Gannett.