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Amsterdam has been home to many of the world’s most talented artist.
It’s almost like the city radiates creativity.
The Venice of the North is where Rembrandt, Veneer, and Escher and others produced some of the greatest art the world has ever seen.
Today, Van Halen, Armin van Buuren and Tiesto all call Holland home.
But this doesn’t mean organizations are as creative by geographical association.
But, as the old masters would tell you, great art takes time – and the same thing applies to ideas.
They have to be worked on, and lovingly brought to life, one stroke at a time.
What’s more, you rarely just stumble on a good idea, you often have to go through tons before finding a true masterpiece.
Van Gogh painted hundreds of paintings before he gave us Sunflowers.
Organizations often contain talented employees with great ideas, but, much like Van Gogh in his lifetime, they go unheard and unappreciated.
So their ideas are left gathering dust, instead of out in the world where they’d be admired and appreciated
That’s where design thinking comes in.
We’ve worked with huge companies including BNP Paribas, Clifford Chance, Electrolux, and Asahi on their creative process, working with them to generate ideas, develop the best ones and get the most from their talent.
With a team of multi-disciplinary consultants and facilitators that work across the globe, we’ll help you ignite your creative spark and supply the canvas to produce your very own Starry Night.
The quality of your thinking determines the quality of your decisions.
Great ideas don’t just happen.
And they require that we stand in our customer’s shoes.
Design thinking helps organizations stand in their customer’s shoes to generate unique insights, identify problems worth solving, and generate ideas worth pursuing.
This guide provides an overview of the five key stages of design thinking, from empathy through to test. Find out how to apply the approach and start innovating at your organisation.Download Guide »
Our design thinking training can be delivered face to face, online or via a blended delivery model and can be customised to your organization’s unique requirements.
Participants are encouraged to bring real-world projects to the training and apply concepts learned in real-time to generate measurable business outcomes
"I have participated in Design Thinking workshops in the past that were held by innovation teams of very large organisations. However, Shay from Collective Campus approaches Design Thinking in a very engaging way – especially for those who have never heard of the concept before.
Unlike other workshops, the one Shay delivered did not feel lengthy, nor did it overwhelm new participants. However, the impact was still valuable – if not more than previous sessions I have been to. A reference booklet which summarised the process was also given to participants post the session. Overall, I would highly recommend partnering with Collective Campus if you are looking to explore and further employ Design Thinking in your organisational processes."
"The Maddocks team really enjoyed the session from Collective Campus and each team member gained a lot from it. I am excited about next steps to progress the top ideas that came from the session and the team cannot wait to start putting some of what they learned into practice."
“The team were looking at how they could improve efficiencies with the work they do and come up with creative ideas that would add value and engage the business. Shay ran a Design Thinking workshop at our team’s offsite and the workshop provided a framework in which we could generate creative ideas, shortlist them and vote on the ones we thought might fly. The process was fun, engaging and provided some team bonding.”
"Fostering a culture of innovation is one of our key objectives at Yarra Ranges. This led us to engage Collective Campus for a one-day session on Design Thinking. As a result, the Innovation team was able to apply these principles to innovation initiatives while aligning with the rest of the organisation."
Shay is the GM of Customer Strategy at Collective Campus. He has launched several startups and helped drive customer experience and innovation across large organisations in industries including retail, utilities, financial services and legal services.In addition, he has coached teams on Design Thinking at companies such as ASIC, Yarra Ranges Council, Maddocks, Pinsent Masons, Clifford Chance, and Tabcorp.
You can check out his insights on Design Thinking here: