We see a clear connection between dialogue and innovation. Professor Lee Fleming (2007) has shown that interdisciplinary teams produce the most groundbreaking ideas compared to specialized teams. In order to achieve these innovative results, we need to practice our ability to listen, manage uncertainty and open up to new insights. That is the aim of our serendipity workshop.

Through short lectures, participatory exercises and immersive sensemaking you will get a glimpse of what it means to have a mind prepared for serendipity. The purpose of this process is to provide your employees with the time, space and framework for creating innovative solutions to your most complex problems.