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London, EC2Y 8DD
United Kingdom

+44 20 3318 5728

London-based creative training, consulting & strategic design company providing onsite & public courses on the Creative Problem Solving Process, team-building, leadership, entrepreneurial mindset, business storytelling, applied improvisation and innovation facilitation. We run ideation sessions, we mentor, we coach, we deliver. In all we do, we're here to make you more agile & more successful in the face of change. 

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Seeking Trained Brains for A Problem-Framing Session in Toronto

Kate Hammer

WHAT: 6-HOUR WORKSHOP FOR AN MBA CHALLENGE FEATURES PROBLEM-FRAMING & IDEATION USING KILN'S IDEAKEG

Kate Hammer, co-creator of IdeaKeg and co-founder of KILN, is coming to the Rotman School of Management, home of Design Works and the Creative Destruction Lab, to lead a group of students into blue sky thinking about a homegrown, successful Toronto-based manufacturer employing nearly 100 people and recently celebrating 30 years in the domestic textile manufacturing industry The ultimate goal is that our combined efforts help the incoming CEO craft a bright - and ambitious - future that may well be in an adjacent market space. Read on if you'd like to participate, or know someone who would.

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Conversations: do we accept or deflect?

Kate Hammer

Behavioural flexibility is important in any setting with a culture of deliberate creativity. That's why Gregg Fraley is always asking: "are your people having fun?" Not competitive sarcasm with sharpened elbows, or repetitive gallows humour: spontaneous fun.  This post looks at approaches psychologists have taken to the question of behavioural flexibility. 

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Something Lost, Something Gained: Researcher seeks British companies to study

Kate Hammer

Bob Townley FRSA is looking to understand how the ways change is managed may influence the outcomes. I liked the fact that Bob's research is open to the idea that people and wider organisations may gain from change; but also that emotional loss is real. So I decided to help him recruit research sites. 

To complete his doctoral studies at the University of Leicester, School of Management, Bob is currently looking for 2-3 organisations to interview. Please get in touch if:

  • Your business, social enterprise or organisation in the voluntary sector has 5-50 staff
  • Is located in the UK
  • is changing and evolving, either through a managed process or by growing, diversifying or responding to changes in the sector or marketplace 
  • 3-5 of your people could be interviewed onsite sometime Jan - Jun 2016

If you can help, please read on.

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