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The Bridge Way Bridge has a unique culture, built upon strong principles that guide our professional behavior. More
Steve is the Director and CEO of Bridge and has over 25 years of strategy, M&A, and organization design consulting experience advising clients in sectors including energy and technology. More
TAGS: Strategy & Execution, Sales & Marketing Management, Operations Architecture, IT Planning & Management, Strategy, Smart Grid, Electric Vehicles (EV), Solar, Banking & Asset Management, Financial Sponsors, Commercial & Industrial, Technology & Telecom
A leader in the energy industry was seeking a strategy with quick results. The first step was garnering insights from both employees and experts. The outcome: plans that led quickly to action and results. More
An energy practice leader, Jim brings unique skills gained from prior roles as an energy executive responsible for general management, business development, and operations as well as a utilities and renewable energy consultant. More
As utility deregulation and unbundling continues, and utilities reorganize business units and transfer assets, options valuation becomes more important. More
In these days of rising costs and higher expectations for all stakeholders, many companies are increasing their focus on strategic planning. Many companies focus their... More
Faced with the challenges of developing a long-term strategy for profitable growth and engaging his organization to... More
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"Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. " This often-quoted statement is taken from the speech that President John F. Kennedy was prepared to deliver on the day he was assassinated. More
Helping a global provider of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules and systems create a strategy for profitably entering the U.S. utility market A global provider of solar... More
Understanding the Intrinsic Value of an Exploration and Production Company After years of rapid production growth, high natural gas and oil prices, and plentiful reserves made them a darling on Wall Street, the economic downturn and commodity price volatility of 2008 caused a worse-than-market drop in a small-cap exploration and production company's stock price. More