We achieve digital innovation, as well as social innovation, beyond need orientation, beyond borders and beyond dreams. We rely on user-centric methods such as lean product development and design thinking on the one hand, and on speculative, developed future scenarios on the other.

Collaboration and joint creation

Several heads are better and more effective than one. For brudi, innovation comes primarily from collaboration and co-creation. In Co-Creation workshops (with a Design Thinking Mindset) and joint hackathons and we try to tackle existing challenges and solve them collaboratively. To come up with such solutions, we try to generate a creative Out-Of-The-Box Mindset.

Allowing free rein to discover ideas and putting oneself in the shoes of the users while ignoring prior technical knowledge helps to fulfil a wide range of needs. (Discover)

Extensive analysis and research help to limit these innumerable needs to specific problems. (Define)

Then we open our horizon again and synthesise the results. To this end, we follow the paths of potential stakeholder groups and try to understand their world in order to obtain a catalogue of needs-oriented solutions. (Develop/Synthesis)

We follow up on the knowledge gained from this process in order to make the solutions even better and more capable for the majority until the full satisfaction of users is guaranteed. (Iteration)

Alternatives and new realities

While this process, we are not afraid to experiment with world views that are different from the norm, comprising other values, ideals, beliefs, fears and hopes. Our mind and spirit should be stimulated to challenge the prevailing and to imagine alternatives: how the existing could be different and better. We dream of a better, fairer world and work towards making utopias come true. brudi sees innovation as a culture and as a driver to make the inconceivable conceivable.

Social innovation through a holistic and evolutionary working environment

With an innovative (Teal) organisational form and culture, brudi tries to focus more on the human being at work and not to see people merely as resources. With self-determination and self-organisation, where all work has equal value, we see every project as a desirable form of economic and social innovation in which Brudis are constantly immersed.