Group trainings

Ready to join like minded innovators to level up your approach?

Are you

  • Searching for actionable ideas that fit perfectly with your organisation?
  • Wondering which strategic directions to take?
  • Keen to forge efficient collaboration that accelerates your innovation  and deliver results?

Think innovation is reserved for large organizations or needs to be focused on new products or emerging technologies? Guess again! 

Find out how you can level up

Group trainings

Dive into our specialized group training sessions, each designed to enhance a specific aspect of your innovation skills. Wether you are looking for the basic concepts or advanced strategies, the trainings ensure you master the full spectrum of innovation approaches.

Through interactive workshops and collaborative exercises, our training enable you to transform your innovation approach, ensuring each project not only completes successfully but also contributes significantly to your growth, all without unnecessary overhead slowing you down.

Which innovation skill is most relevant for you? 

Group Trainings

learn how to get more results & growth

Building Collaborative Consortia

Special Summer Course.

Stop spending time on creating consortia and ending up with non engaged partners that don't deliver results

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Creating a strong vision & strategy for the future success

Transform your ambition into a  clear & crisp vision for your innovation approach. Combine short term wins with long term targets.

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Innovation goal setting

Goal setting for innovation & collaboration: when (not) to be S.M.A.R.T.

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Win Win Collaboration

Speed up your innovation strategy with collaboration projects, establish engaged partnerships

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Mastering the Win Win Skills

Go for powerful interaction in multi-stakeholder collaboration

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Mastering the Win Win Canvas

Speed up goal alignment, surface hidden agendas & reduce collaboration risks

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Not sure where to start?

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