Avoid the irony of “do as I say, not as I do” in your next innovation session. Learn tips and tricks to walk the walk and facilitate any creative session in a human-centered, people-first way while also achieving your business objectives.
Customers who feel heard and understood will give you responses that are more truthful, and therefore more useful. Discover how you can boost profits, build loyalty, and drive innovation by developing the empathy that uncovers customer needs, wants, and desires.
All businesses and organizations face one near-universal business challenge: finding and hiring the right people. Brilliant jerks = not the right people. Find out how using improv can help you improve how you evaluate job candidates and weed out the bad seeds.
Many companies want their people to take more risks, but don’t create a culture of psychological safety to support that behavior. Here is how Improv can help.
Design thinking requires AND creates positive organizational cultures. Here are 3 ways design thinking can help improve organizational culture.