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Creativity is piercing the mundane to find the marvelous according to Bill Moyers I believe Humans are hard-wired to create. Creativity is a state of…
I believe everything has to have a clear purpose. A company, a business unit, team, leaders and even brands. A well articulated purpose helps attract others to your purpose. Digital […]
I believe all good things are Purpose-Made. I don’t buy the multi-functional, all-purpose nonsense of marketing. Great leaders have a Purpose, Brands need a meaningful Purpose and even People need […]
Imagine you have just been tasked to overhaul an ailing product or service, you could spend time improving all aspects, but this is time consuming and costly so how can […]
Albert Einstein nailed it when he said “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them”. Vivid Thinking requires that we drive a hyper-clarity on the problem, this clarity is fuelled by using illustrations and pictures.
The nature of work is changing. We operate in hyper competitive and complex contexts and our jobs are more specialised than ever. No longer can a few great thinkers in […]
Collaboration is a key to the successful genesis and implementation of change in any organisation, and Innovation is essentially about being comfortable with change. Collaboration occurs when everyone shares knowledge […]
Change is hard. And at its core, Innovation is about Change. Think how hard it is to make change in your personal life, now magnify that difficulty by the power […]
Corporate Change, whether it be implementing a new brand or driving a new service delivery is exceedingly difficult to manifest. Invitro have designed a business around this corporate challenge. Invitro acts as an Intervention, we partner with business teams around a key business or marketing problem. Integral to this process is removing stakeholders from the pressures and routines of day to day business life. By using a very human approach to group facilitation we are able to create an ideas space where mindsets and behaviors associated with change can be influenced. A typical Invitro Intervention Workshop Design includes 2 Stages: First Problem Revelation, then Solution Manifestation and Commitment.