Strategic thinking workshops are designed and run by one of our associate consultants. They will use a variety of visual thinking techniques including LogoVisual Thinking method in order to work through your specific challenge with you and your team. Whilst visual thinking is extensively put to use, the purpose and focus of these workshops is above all to address the problem at hand. Example scenarios could be a new product or service development, scoping out a new system or process, or defining strategic vision and purpose.
These sessions can run for one or two days, with the option of a half day in some circumstances. All sessions are bespoke and include a phone consultation beforehand to ensure we have a complete understanding of your requirements.
Recent Projects & Posts
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Taking LogoVisual Thinking to students in India
Our associate Steve Padgett visited Christ University in Bengaluru, Southern India. He was there to talk to B.Ed students aboutRead more.
Scenario planning for a flexible future strategy
Previously we’ve explored how to make it easier to predict the future in business, and how vision can be aRead more.
The power of vision in planning for business success
In the last blog we spoke about the tendency to stay indecisive, while we wait for more certainty around us.Read more.
Making it easier to predict the future in business
In our last post we reviewed the accuracy of some future workplace predictions from 1995. This time we’re considering theRead more.
Could less technology improve problem solving?
Hands-on in a high-tech world As we hurtle into a vast range of future worlds, each with their own numberRead more.
What is agile in today’s workplace?
What is “agile”? The word “agile” has come a long way in the past two decades. For many of us,Read more.
How does Scrum differ from Kanban?
Scrum versus Kanban (or is it Agile versus Lean versus Design Thinking?). Or is it why DevOps is impossible ifRead more.
Tony Buzan – it makes you think
I opened my copy of The Times yesterday to read the sad news that Tony Buzan, the man who developedRead more.
Every picture tells a story… a taxonomy of visual thinking methods
Could visual thinking have clarified the Brexit debate? Visual thinking methods can add clarity – even in the muddied watersRead more.
What is the difference between Lean and Six Sigma?
Lean and Six Sigma have been around for a long time now, so it’s perhaps foolish to think that someRead more.