“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker
You already know innovation is important for any company looking to stay fresh and relevant, but if the cogs aren’t moving properly, it’s time to do something about it.
Any of this sound familiar?
- Thinking from regular meetings is very much business as usual (linear)
- Great ideas exist within your company, but they’re never heard
- Ideas always originate from the same handful of people
- Everyone is too busy to stop and think
- You’re met with blank stares every time the word ‘innovation’ is mentioned
We live in a world of ever-changing markets and innovative ideas, which is why it’s crucial for companies to think creatively/differently in order to thrive.
Large companies traditionally struggle to keep up with ongoing changes in the marketplace, leaving room for startups who are willing to push the boundaries on new and bold ideas.
Are you going to let that happen?
Let me introduce you to an Innovation Hackathons with Simon Banks – a great first step in building a company culture that produces market leading ideas, products and results.
Simon Banks is a dynamic innovation workshop facilitator who works with companies that are looking to take their business and thinking to the next level.
Is your team is struggling with creative energy and coming up with great ideas? Simon provides a hands-on-experience that serves as the turbo-charged kickstart your company needs.
What is an Innovation Hackathon?
Tested on teams of 10 to 150+, Simon Banks’ Innovation Hub days use a mix of visual communication, great sense of humour, and a wonderfully creative team that will help you take your thinking to the next level. It’s a chance for everyone in your organisation to share their fresh thinking and best ideas and collectively, create something great.
An Innovation Hackathon day allows you to shape a new way of thinking across the/your entire organisation – and enjoy every second of it along the way.
Why does a corporate Innovation Hackathon work so well?
- Collaboration: Everyone participates in sharing and building on ideas and creating new, unique perspectives.
- Creativity: It plants a seed of innovative energy, giving people the confidence to find their creative flow.
- Exploring: Provides multiple ways of exploring and expressing your ideas (other than written notes).
- Engagement: Looking at multiple ways of thinking is an interesting and fun experience that never fails to engage an audience.
Are you ready to redesign your company’s Innovation Culture?