Bridges out of Poverty: 12 Thinking Tools for Bridges Out of Poverty Initiatives

Bridges initiatives use the following 12 thinking tools to build stability and resources at four levels: individual, institutional, community, and policy.

  1. Triple Lens
  2. Mental Models of Economic Class
  3. Theory of Change
  4. Three Classes at the Table
  5. Community as Risk
  6. Bridges Steering Committees
  7. Community Sustainability Grid
  8. Bridges Continuum
  9. ‘Getting By’ Resources vs. ‘Getting Ahead’ Resources
  10. Methodology: Innovation
  11. Cycle of Innovation: Knowledge and Technology
  12. Bridges Communities of Practice Model

Click the following link to obtain detailed information regarding each tool. 12 Thinking Tools for Bridges Out of Poverty Initiatives

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