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Presents:

Bunker Burst

TM

Bunker Burst engages deck-plate and civilian leadership through workshops to curate catalytic
insights, big idea thinking, and exciting engagement for workshop participants.

A Call for Innovation
Hierarchal business practices
associated with Government
and Military makes it difficult
for people to share ideas
freely or to spur out-of-the box
ideation

The Bunker Labs innovation
thinking process brings a
catalytic, engaging, and high
energy opportunity to surface
ideas from military-veterandefense aligned audiences

Our Process
The Bunker BurstTM process brings a deep understanding of challenges facing the militaryveteran-defense industry along with the best innovation thinking – led by veteran entrepreneurs.

Assemble team of Veteran
Entrepreneurs &
Organization Leaders

Provide innovation workshops
around problem identification,
ideation, and opportunity targets

Co-create actionable
recommendations to
leadership

About Us
We are a program built by veteran entrepreneurs—for veteran entrepreneurs. It is our
Mission to catalyze the entrepreneurial potential of the military experience to lead
the American economy.
Learn more at http://bunkerlabs.org or email info@bunkerlabs.org

The Bunker Team
Lead Facilitators
Todd Connor is the CEO of The Bunker, and Co-Founder of
Flank 5 Academy. Todd is a national leader in military
entrepreneurship and innovation, having launched and
grown one of the largest veteran entrepreneurship networks
in the U.S. A Navy veteran who served during Operation Iraqi
Freedom aboard the USS BUNKER HILL (CG-52), Todd has
held senior leadership roles in the public and private sector.
He holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA
from the University of Chicago.

Mike Dawson is the Co-Founder and COO of CloudSpotter
Technologies, a Bunker Labs Company. Prior to jumping into
a start-up, he spent several years in consulting where he
assisted Fortune 500 clients facing strategic and operational
challenges. He is also a Navy veteran, having served in the
Navy Supply Corps aboard the USS ANTIETAM (CG-54) and at
HELICOPTER ANTI-SUBMARINE SQUADRON 10 (HS-10). Mike
holds an BS from the University of Virginia and an MBA from
the University of Michigan.

Supporting Cast
Our supporting team includes facilitators with similar backgrounds of military service and
private sector experience. More on Bunker Labs at http://bunkerlabs.org

Assemble. Problem-Solve. Innovate.
Detailed Schedule of Events
Tuesday February 16, 2015
TIME
USNI WEST 2016 San Diego, CA
8:00-8:30
Registration and breakfast
8:30-9:00
Welcome and Introductions
9:00-10:30 Introduction to Innovation, Exercises, and Defining Success
10:30-10:45 Break - (Facilitators arrange room and materials for team breakout sessions)
10:45-11:00 Form teams and set rules
11:00-11:30 Group Exercise 1: Problem Identification (Presented by Service Chief POC’s)
11:30-11:40 Discussion: What is the root cause of a problem?
11:40-12:00 Group Exercise 2: Root Cause Analysis of Problems
12:00-12:30 Working Lunch Discussing Key Problems
12:30-12:45 Discussion: What is a successful ideation session?
12:45-1:30 Group Exercise 3: Team Brainstorming and Documenting of Ideas
1:30-1:45
Discussion: How do you decide which ideas to pursue?
1:45-2:15
Group Exercise 4: Anonymously vote on ideas generated (Balloonr)
2:15-2:30
Break - (Facilitators select top upvoted ideas)
2:30-3:00
Discussion: How do you measure and compare potential solutions?
Group Exercise 5: Utilize provided tools to weigh potential benefit and cost of
3:00-3:30
ideas
3:30-3:45
Break - (Facilitators aggregate data for presentation)
3:45-4:00
Discussion: How do you present and generate enthusiasm for your idea?
4:00-4:15
Presentation: Communications best-practices (Intro to 3 minute Pitch Format)
4:15-4:30
Exercise 6: Develop pitch and select group leader to present
4:30-5:15
Exercise 7: Each group (10) gives 3 minute pitch
5:15-5:30
Top takeaways, Wrap up, and Energetic Farewell!
5:30-6:30
Cocktail Hour
Friday February 19, 2015
TIME
USNI WEST 2016 San Diego, CA
TBD
Presentation: Summary of Bunker Burst and Key Findings

Leader
All
Todd Connor
Todd Connor
Facilitator 1
Team leads
Facilitator 1
Team leads
Facilitator 2
Team leads
Facilitator 2
Team leads
Facilitator 3
Team leads
Facilitator 4
Facilitator 4
Team leads
All
Todd Connor
All

Leader
Todd Connor

Sample Problems to Solve
High-level Questions
Personnel
How will the Navy attract and retain the very best talent for future warfighting missions?
How do we ensure we have the best people in the right roles?
What will the warfighter of the future look like?
How do we close the civilian-military divide?

Process
How does the military become more innovative?
How do we optimize the military for speed and agility?
How can the military partner with others to increase its effectiveness?
How do we accelerate the ability to equip the military with the right technology?

Strategy
How do we prepare the military to fight non-nation enemies?
What will warfare look like in 50 years and how will we fight?
How do we prepare to defend against unknowable future threats?
What is the next greatest threat to the United States?

Example: Finding the Right Questions
We will analyze provided questions and break them down to identify
the real questions that need to be addressed.
"How will the Navy attract and retain the very best
talent for future warfighting missions?”
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

What is painful about the current recruitment and onboarding process?
What is the leading cause of why qualified candidates do not enter the service?
What is the predominant reason for members leaving or staying in the service?
What qualities and characteristics make an ideal candidate for long-term service?
How can we utilize veterans to support the mission after leaving the service?


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