Take one day out to learn how to quickly come up with great ideas.
What's the first thing you do when you need to come up with a new idea? If your instinct is to open a new tab, and start scrolling in search of inspiration, then keep reading.
In this one-day workshop, we’ll show you how to quickly and effectively come up with new ideas and solutions. We'll take you through you some our favourite ideation tools and techniques, that we regularly use for small and big projects with our startups, corporate and government clients.
Learn how to brainstorm effectively in a group setting.
Pick up new tools and tricks to get the most out of a brainstorm session in a group setting. Bring back your learnings to your team and start shacking things up.
Learn how to overcome creative blocks.
Tired of that blank page anxiety? Shake things up by approaching your brainstorming sessions with a fresh approach.
How to avoid group-think.
Have you ever agreed with someone else's idea just to avoid conflict within a group or simply to keep things moving? A structured ideation session keeps you aways from the group-thinking trap and ensures that all ideas are put on the table.
Learn by doing.
In true CHQ style, you'll learn by doing. We'll provide you with a problem statement and take you through a series of exercises to train your creativity muscles.
What to expect
On the day:
- We’ll talk about the “ideation” process and how this can be used in your day-to-day work.
- We’ll introduce some key ideation tools that we regularly use with our clients. This include: How Might We's, Three-part sketch, Dot voting and Stitch ideas.
- We’ll give you some general guidelines to use this new tools and techniques with your team.
Who should attend?
The workshop is for anyone who wants to find new way to come up with ideas.
Potential participants could be:
- Marketing, sales or product teams.
- Team Leaders and managers, who want to learn new ideation tools and techniques to get the most out of their team.
- Individuals looking to upskill in innovation methodologies