Meetings and solutioning plagued by tired methods, competing interests, or an imbalance of practicality v. creativity that leaves teams confused or uninspired?
ImproVision will work with you to design and facilitate a meeting (or series of meetings) that break through using design thinking methodology, creativity-unlocking frameworks and exercises, and candid collaboration that gets hearts and minds aligned.
Whether designing an innovative product, breaking into a new market, getting in front of market disruption, or sharing information across silos, your team will come away inspired, committed, and focused on a clear plan of attack.
your facilitation JOURNEY
Inspire creativity, commitment, and collaboration through improv exercises. Refine big ideas and plan for the road ahead with tried-and-true design thinking methodology. That's innovation that works for you.
EXPLORE THE CHALLENGE
Define the challenge and our assumptions. Get curious. Ask the obvious questions out loud. Start from the same place.
GREENHOUSE BIG IDEAS
Let ideas grow by turning off your judgement and saying "Yes, And." Have fun. Be bold. Say the idea that could never work. It might just work.
PRUNE & REFINE
Refine and consolidate big ideas. Revisit the challenge and your assumptions. Question, test, and prioritize.
PLAN & COMMIT
Identify work streams. Embrace accountability. Identify hurdles. Commit to an agile solution.
ideas THAT WORK
"Ideas that Work" is our rallying cry. We know that the way ideas are built directly impacts how easy they are to implement. These guiding principles keep us on track to create big ideas with momentum and buy in.
Get the right people in the room
Connect human to human
Celebrate failure as a necessary part of the process
No accountability = No progress
Everybody contributes, hierarchy be damned
Creativity requires bravery and support
“Shannan's workshop added tremendous value to our organization. She created a transformative and reflective experience that was simultaneously fun and engaging.”
David Leipziger, Net Impact at UCLA Anderson School of Management
Los Angeles, CA