Design-Driven Philosophy


Innovation is a priority for employers today. In a current national survey, ninety-five percent (95%) say they give hiring preference to graduates and workers with skills that enable them to contribute to innovation in the workplace, and more than 9 in 10 agree that "innovation is essential” to their organization’s continued success.[1]


As the call grows louder for developing creative and entrepreneurial students - independent thinkers who are problem solvers and innovators, the CrossM Team delivers nationally recognized design-driven innovation training programs preparing creative innovators to rapidly produce new products, services and solutions addressing real world challenges.


[1] It Takes More Than a Major: Employer Priorities for College Learning and Student Success. An Online Survey Among Employers Conducted on Behalf of The Association of American Colleges and Universities. Hart Research Associates. 10 April 2013.