How We Create Ripples

"Art is not what you see, but what you make others see"
- Edgar Degas

A ripple effect, that is the ultimate end result we look to create for every client. To deliver a result that immediately impacts an organization, and thereafter spawns ripples of creativity, efficiency and innovation. In order to ensure we can deliver this ripple effect for every client, we have devised a unique and dynamic service process called Degas.

Named after the famed artisan that inspired Picasso, Edgar Degas. The Degas process is an effective service methodology that allows us to develop or grow an organization at any stage of its life cycle. The process is divided into three separate levels we call realities. Each reality is representative of a stage in an organization's life cycle.


 Degas In Motion

The 1st Reality


Iconic companies like Google, GE and even Ford, have their roots in innovation. The founders of the these companies are credited with bringing disruptive products to market. In the Degas process, the 1st reality is centered around producing an innovative business model or product. Using our three step innovation model, we guide clients in developing, building and validating new business concepts before going to market.

The 2nd Reality


After the startup phase every organization has to answer the question, “how do we grow?". Entering the 2nd reality of Acceleration, companies are only concerned with what we call the three g’s, growth, growth and more growth. Understanding this reality, Leap uses unique multi-touch attribution marketing models, to help clients quickly increase customer acquisition, revenue and market reach.


The 3rd Reality


Organizational Life Cycle

Organizations that realize full maturity experience the 3rd reality of the Degas process, Transcendence. During this stage the organization becomes self aware and shifts its entire focus to developing strategies to retain its current profitability and growth rate. For organizations at this point in the business cycle strong management processes and strategic planning become essential.  At Leap, our team of strategists use a special strategic planning model called Quantum Six.