Our Innovation Labs are unique custom-designed learning experiences that will help organizations create radically new ideas and build long-range innovation capacity. They bring together best practices in training and consulting and combine them into a completely new and integrated approach.
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All of our services utilize activities that are human-centric, hands-on, highly collaborative, and project-based. They are grounded in the Design Thinking and Foresight Thinking™ methodologies developed by Stanford University and used by companies in Silicon Valley and around the world.
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Through our Innovation Labs we focus on people’s mindsets and behaviors! Tools are crucial, but we have learned that in order to strengthen the innovation capacity across teams and organizations and have a lasting impact, one must start with the set of attitudes and behaviors that support those objectives.
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The experience was extraordinary in many ways—for its novel approach that energized the organization internally; for the inclusion of all key stakeholders, including 20 students, throughout the entire process; for its hands-on and practical approach; and for its results. Three out of the four selected prototype projects have already been implemented and are working well.
The workshops were very successful and good for UCU’s heart and soul and already left a lasting rhythm of innovation. A litmus test was the pandemic, and we passed it gracefully. I can affirm that we were the university in Uruguay that best knew how to respond to the pandemic, in the shortest time possible and with the best quality.”
P. Dr. Julio Fernández Techera, S.I.
Rector, Universidad Católica del Uruguay
Reinhold’s rich expertise in problem-solving and people-centered creative solutions and learning experience design rescued me. If some of my students become interested in careers in international development assistance and contribute to alleviating poverty and hunger, it will mainly be thanks to Reinhold.”
Joanne Hale, Adjunct Faculty
Center for Food Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Leavey School of Business
Santa Clara University (USA)
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