We know that lots of companies generate great ideas. But most of these ideas don't come to fruition. The two main reasons why this happens is:
Passport to Innovation is your path to learning how to generate more and better ideas, that are more likely to be taken forward.
We will share best-practice creative problem solving tools and introduce you to a tried and tested process for developing and implementing ideas. Not only that, but you will also get to use the tools and process to solve a real challenge. So, when you go back to your office you can immediately apply what you've learnt - and have a tangible impact on your innovation challenges, team and your own skills.
During this workshop, you will be introduced to a set of tools and will:
You wil use the tools on a 'live' client challenge, so will gain practical experience which you can use immediately back in your business and on your own innovation challenges.
We will also give you access to additional resources, including a 60 mins one-to-one coaching session after the workshop
Who is the workshop for?
It's aimed at anyone who is responsible for a change or innovation project. Whether you're a line or project manager or wish to develop your own creativity skills, we will share with you a proven way of successfully managing innovation challenges, from developing ideas through to a pilot.
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For Solverboard this is was a critical piece of training to allow our team to support clients in getting the most out of our platform and the course did not fail to deliver!
The team were so enthused by what they were learning on the course and, importantly, how it can be applied practically and relatively simply. Rob’s style is relaxed, informative and light hearted yet incredibly efficient – we got through a vast amount of information and his approach meant we were engaged all the way.”
Phil Atherton, Founder & Director, Solverboard