Companies are already lean, innovation is the new approach
- Create a more innovative mindset in your organisation
- Help your team work together in new ways
- Encourage your team to continue thinking outside the square
- Challenge your status quo
- Learning to get messy is important in the process of letting go and taking risks!
- Embrace the freedom and curiosity you felt as a child
“Perhaps Imagination is only Intelligence having fun” George Scialabba
What participants are saying about Messy Innovation Workshops
- I feel like I know how my team works together a lot better.
- I feel very uplifted and energised and focused on creativity.
- Innovation is messy but you have to go there to come out the other end with magic.
- Was not expecting this to relate so much to our business.
- Messy Innovation is fun and messes with traditional business thinking.
- I feel like our team has a fresh perspective towards working together and taking risks.
- Not stressing the small stuff
- Need to overcome changes in plans on the road to innovation
- Have more fun in the process of life and work
- Thinking outside the box
- Learning to take more risks and worrying less about consequences
- Great team building exercise
- Be more of a YES person
There are many benefits to be gained by businesses wanting to build their team moral, generate new ideas, and discover innovative creative thinking.
In this growing automated, computer driven world, we start to rely more on our creativity to move our businesses forward. Sometimes you need to get your hands dirty, to delve into things to really come up with something new. We need to be creative thinkers in order to affect change and growth.
Using messy mediums opens minds, brings confidence, courage, risk taking and helps to knock down barriers holding people back from their true creative potential. There is no right or wrong way, you are free to dive in, have some fun and get all your senses working which stimulates your whole brain to come up with new ideas.
“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein