A collaborative workshop that identifies strategic area of opportunity by exploring the emerging forces and trends impacting your organisation.
A fast-spaced, rapid-development process focussed on creating a viable solution to an organisational problem or opportunity using design thinking principles.
We can help design and facilitate an internal or external 'hackathon' - a proven way to use the power of people to crowdsource solutions to known problems and opportunities.
Any our future skills workshops can be delivered just for your team, making it more contextual and suited to your specific needs and existing learning and development program.
Not your usual post-it notes and butcher paper, our ideation sessions are fast-paced collaboration workshops that result in real outcomes.
We can work with you to identify emerging needs and develop bespoke future skills learning programs for your teams and wider organisation.
We're proud to have worked with some amazing organisations.
Held as part of the Agency's innovation month, Landgate Hack Attack bought together over 80 Landgate people to develop solutions to organisational problems and opportunities over a day long program.
The hackathon resulted in over 15 ideas developed, validated, prototyped and then pitched back to the senior leadership team. Many of the ideas received funding and progressed onto development following the event.
Working with their new Service Design chapter, we co-developed a bespoke learning experience to upskill Bankwest team members in Service design.
The program emphasised creativity, collaboration and highly-experiential learning and linked strongly to the organisations other learning and development initiatives currently underway.
Over two sessions, we worked with the All Saints College Leadership team and Board to identify potential future areas of focus through our Futures Thinking Process.
Through the session, we mapped the driving forces, environmental trends and identified future scenarios in order to agree 4 'big bets' that could inform the Colleges strategic plan.
Drawing on design thinking, Google design sprint and Lean Startup philosophies, the Water Corp Design Sprint saw 20 leaders come together to rapidly develop solutions that would increase the efficiency of commercial water consumption.
The program mixed commercial objectives and participant learning, with the project sponsors walking away with over 60 new ideas, 4 developed solutions and new capabilities within their teams.
The Liveable Communities Idea hack was a collaborative ideation session between industry, government and the public with an objective to identify what future WA communities may look like.
Over the full day workshop over 80 ideators came together and through a facilitated journey, identified solutions that were pitched back to ministers and government leaders.
A weekend long experience, Health Hack, involved over 100 innnovators, clinicians and researchers to solve some of the biggest problem in the health sector.
Over 54-hours, teams worked together a the Fiona Stanley Hospital, culminating in 15+ solution prototypes pitched on the Sunday night. This event also involved the support of Spacecubed, Aegis, Fini Group and HealthEngine.
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