A company’s ability to be innovative is what propels it from being an industry follower, to an industry leader.
Of course, it’s a lot easier said than done. Innovation requires a collective, creative mindset and behaviour that matches it. A company culture with an ability to not only dream big but also deliver big.
Keep reading if…
● Company meetings lack creative energy and excitement
● Employees aren’t encouraged to think outside the corporate box
● The few ideas that do get voiced seem to fall on deaf ears
● Staff are too caught up in business as usual to truly embrace fresh thinking
You already know change is needed to be a market leader, and that change calls for innovation. This is why it’s more important than ever to develop a company culture that harbors a truly innovative mindset.
But how do you effectively take a team off autopilot and turn a machine mindset into an army of uber creative, profit-driving geniuses?
The answer is a culture shifting, Innovation Hackathon from VisualFunk.
What are Innovation Hackathons?
It’s a hands-on-experience designed to explore and encourage dynamic thinking. A series of events that inject new life into your team’s innovative spirit and directly influence your company’s ability to produce market-leading results.
It’s true what they say -size doesn’t matter. Whether you have a small crew of 10 or a large team of 100, Innovation Hackathons lift the boundaries of imagination and redefine what’s possible in the workplace.
This is achieved using a cocktail of visual elements and contagious humour, backed by a team of Hackathon Facilitators and creative experts who all share one mission -to drive a corporate culture of innovation and fully deliver on the ‘big ideas’ potential in your organisation.
“Our day was superb from start to finish; seamlessly linked to the themes of our planning conference, the sessions were energetic, stimulating and the results were amazing. It is without doubt the best session that I have been involved in and I would have no hesitation in recommending Simon and his team to any other organisation.” AECOM
Are you ready to push the boundaries of what you think is possible?