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Our work

Fotografiska

The Challenge
Fotografiska, The museum of photography in Stockholm, is a world renowned museum and one of city's most popular venues. They wanted to find new a new and creative way of enhancing the customer experience.

What we did
We created a community around the museum experience, a time for reflection and dialogue where visitors could meet and mingle with new ideas, people and perspectives. The purpose being not only to explore the depths of the artistic intention but to connect the experience to a wider palette of thoughts from art, science and culture in order to highlight the universal within the particular. Our first Tankesalong took place on June 3rd and revolved around Martin Parr's exhibition Souvenir.

What people said

"Connecting, challenging, refreshing"
"Inspiring, fun, innovative"
"Important, authentic, stimulating" 

IFL Executive education

The Challenge
As one of Europe’s leading providers of educational programs in leadership, finance, accounting and business development, the CEO of IFL Executive education, approached us wanting to put a new, fun and creative spin on their regular internal strategy gatherings.

What we did
With their unique needs and challenges in mind, we designed an ongoing process with interactive workshops, lectures and creative excursions for the mind. Every time the management team meets to discuss strategy, we are there sprinkling the experience with creative flair. Earlier this spring we staged a Conversation Dinner, allowing the team to reflect and converse over questions ranging from Kirkegaard and Shakespeare to Neuroscience and the existence of free will.

What people said

“Beneficial for the brain to be put on new tracks”
“It was incredibly rewarding to meet people in conversations that didn’t involve work, children or living situation, and very exciting to become aware of colleagues' thoughts and ideas”
"It was really inspiring to converse under your guidance [...]. I see how this could be an important tool in managers’  toolkit for developing teams "

 

Tillväxtverket

The Challenge
In order to stay relevant in a fast-changing environment, The Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth, had just formed a new department specialized in helping small/medium sized companies. Having cherry-picked employees from all over the organization, the administrative officer came to us looking for a way to increase knowledge flow across boundaries, create more efficient ways of collaborating and inspire a sense of engagement.

What we did
We performed a Creative Intervention, a structured process designed as an immersive experience packed with practical transdisciplinary exercises, role-plays, inspiring lectures and time for reflection. To spark curiosity, evoke a sense of playfulness and enable trust, we served participants conversation-menus filled with questions to explore, excite and expand  the mind.

What people said

“A great way to get new ideas and break the boundaries between different groups and units.”
“Great that everyone got to reflect about how they individually contribute to the whole”
“A chance to see new and unexpected sides of colleagues and use our common interests as a platform to build something new.”
“A great excursion for the Mind!”
 

Babygruppen

The Challenge
As a technology based start-up with the Nordic’s most popular pregnancy app and a variety of courses offered to new and expecting parents, the company was growing fast. With many geographically spread-out specialists working from within their expert discipline, the firm needed to create a coherent and unified company culture. The CEO approached us looking for a way to develop and strengthen the core values of the brand in relation to the company’s employees.

What we did
We tailor-made a process of interactive experiences, designed to encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration, brand loyalty and better relationships within the company culture. One session was based on the theme “How to have better conversations”, and included a bite-sized presentation of the history of communication from the camp-fire to Sokrates and Social Media and a meaningful mingle with conversation starters designed to bypass shallow chit-chat for instant connection. The night ended with a full-blown Christmas Symposium, where guests got to put their newly refined conversation skills to the test and get to see each other (and themselves) in a new light.

What people said

“A great way to elevate meetings, to get people to interact heart to heart instead of trying to outdo each other academically or intellectually. I believe such heart to heart interactions make for good cooperation.”
“Nice with a structured mingle where conversations quickly became more interesting and went deeper than normal. Getting to know people on a deeper level within just a few moments was a rare but nice experience!.”
“Inspiring, meaningful and a lot of fun!”