- Acquire thinking perspectives of the new generation business ecosystem that is based on innovation, collaboration and digital transformation.
- Develop your Creative Business Leadership skills with Artful Thinking practices that are applied by leading academic institutions such as MIT and Harvard and most innovative companies.
- Think about what it would be like if prominent artists like Picasso, Da Vinci, Dali and Van Gogh were business and technology professionals – and improve your right brain skills such as creativity, thinking out of the box and conceptualization.
Sprint 1 – Creativity & Ideation:
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Pablo Picasso
Although everybody has a certain level of creativity; it dries up due to silo based, left brain focused classical working conditions. At this part of the workshop you can stimulate your creativity skills by artful thinking practices mostly focused on out of the box thinking.
To develop innovative ideas the root causes of needs and problems should be explored in the form of “insights”. With pattern recognitions practices, you will experience and learn how to be a better insight generator.
Abstract business and technology ideas do not create any value unless they turn into product, service or solution concepts. By visual thinking practices you will be able to concretize ideas into tangible forms in a more effective way.
Sprint 2 – Empathy & Problem Solving:
“If I had an hour to solve a problem, I would spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about the solution.” Albert Einstein
Experience how business problems and conflicts at projects can be solved in a more constructive way by applying collaborative thinking practices.
Improve your observation, analysis and decision making skills by applying critical thinking practices.
Apply contextual thinking practices that will help you see the big picture and understand the underlying conditions of business problems and customer needs.
Sprint 3 – Design Thinking:
“True innovation comes from recognizing an unmet need and designing a creative way to fill it.” Steve Jobs
Learn how design thinking methodology is applied by high-performing companies in developing innovative products, services and solutions.
Sprint 4 – Digital Thinking:
“You‘ve got to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology – not the other way around.” Steve Jobs
Learn how high performing companies leverage their employees’ creative leadership skills in their digital transformation journeys. Get detailed information about use cases of digital technologies such as:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Augmented Reality
- Virtual Reality
- Block Chain