"People tend to look to improve on products and services that already exist, but after playing The Medici Game we were inspired to think beyond the usual. At Rockwell, thinking creatively and having an entrepreneurial spirit are important, so this was a perfect fit and an effective way to spend an afternoon."
Nick Nichols, Training Manager, Rockwell Automation, USA
CREATING CONDITIONS FOR BREAKTHROUGH INNOVATION - Companies that create new ideas can better tackle the fierce competition of today. New concepts – for new products, production efficiency or other – will help your company gain a competitive advantage. Idea generation is often stronger in companies where collaboration is a part of the culture. Employees that are allowed to step outside their own expertise areas, to learn from and work with people from other disciplines, are more likely to be truly creative. For many organizations, however, the challenge is just how to create the right conditions for breakthrough innovation.
The Medici Game™ is a creative simulation where participants experience and learn breakthrough creative "best practices", tactics to drive business, personal insights and results. These learned skills are then applied to a current challenge, project or initiatives with in your own organization.
How we make it happen?
The game is based on the bestselling book “The Medici Effect” by Frans Johansson. Johansson introduces the land of ideas; the Intersection; a place where ideas from different fields and cultures meet and collide, ultimately igniting an explosion of extraordinary new innovations.
During the Medici Game, your employees get to consider what type of conditions foster, obstruct or innovate and consider whether they’re currently working with the right assumptions. They will be able to think of how well their organization today leverages on the company diversity to explore, find, and capitalize on new growth opportunities.
What The Medici Game™ Addresses
- Creative "best practices"
- Personal insights
- Tactics to drive business
- Disruptive innovation vs. sustaining innovation
This workshop is available in Bulgarian, Danish, English, French, German, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Polish, Russian, Spanish (Europe), Swedish and Turkish.