Interestingly, most organizations don’t exactly know what they do, how they do it and why. So how can we even start to improve the way we work together without knowing this?
In this workshop we will bring clarity by visualizing your workflow(s). Applications are numerous. You can use this information as a tool itself to improve management, train teams and new colleagues or even to show clients how you will help them and why they should choose you. We can use the outcomes as input for toolkit development or to further design your workflow as a communication tool.
This workshop is designed for the following challenges.
TIP: to help you ‘think’, select the challenges that apply to your case.
- Insight in what we do and how we do it: our workflow(s)
- Improve efficiency
- We want a more intuitive way to communicate and collaborate with clients
- Turn our expertise into visual thinking tools
- We need a way to train and bring new team members up-to-speed
- Have more control over the quality of our services throughout our organization
- Turn our skills into new products, services or revenue streams
Everything we do is based on lean startup and design thinking techniques. This means we solve challenges in loops: processes that can be repeated until a solution is designed, tested and proven (or not). Build – Measure – Learn. The blueprint behind every session.
What tools will we be using? Well… these ones! Feel free to try them out in preparation of our session together!
- Big sheets of paper
- Pens / Fineliners
- Washi tape
- Coffee (Really. Essential to the session.)
There are different ways to execute this workshop/training. It’s important to know the difference (or at least ours) between workshops & training sessions.
- Workshops – Solving challenges!
- Trainings – Learning by doing. Part learning, part solving challenges!
TIP: to help you ‘think’, select the cards that you’re interested in.
- Remote brainstorm session
- Big-screen-brainstorm for large audiences and events
- More things
to consider >
- Digital tools?
- Paper tools?
- 1-4 participants?
- 5-24 participants?
- 25+ participants?
- Large audiences?