This project re-imagined the organizational structure and long-term business strategy for The New York Times. It was an exercise in management and consulting – the implementation side of innovation. The goals were financial survival, sustained cultural relevance and quality of journalism, and overall continued leadership in an industry that's changing by the day. After meticulous assessment and analysis of the world of news and media, the solutions recommended included accelerating the digital transition over a 7-year plan and the creation of an internal "Revolutions" team, tasked with aggressively pursuing innovation across content creation, distribution and revenue-generating fronts.
Truck adapted from The Noun Project.