Skylance fuses strategic problem solving, design thinking, and neuroscience into an advanced repertoire that prepares clients for their missions. You'll find a broad but straightforward set of options to choose from.

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1. The Deep Dive

Make your current situation clear and actionable

Organizational leaders know their challenges often need multi-disciplinary input.

This option uses a scientifically-validated creative process to help clients grapple with complex strategic situations. This process consists of challenge-framing, fact-finding, reframing, testing assumptions, idea generation, and visual sensemaking techniques to make your next actions clear and concrete.

Deep dives are conducted as one-time applications or as a series.

Bottom line: If you're tired of "best practices," plans that look good on paper but never get done, or traditional strategic plans, send an email about this option.

2. Innovation Skill-Building

Take immediate initiative whenever complexity strikes.

This option introduces a series of novel and effective tools and skills that are tangible, teachable, and relevant. Team cohesion — together with learning the right skills and mindsets — prepares organizations for continual innovation. Managers and team members become leaders in tackling complex strategic situations together. Any time, any place.

Bottom line: If you want to deploy better tools than brainstorming, SWOT charts, design thinking tool kits, and cure unproductive meetings altogether, send an email about this option.

3. Innovation Capacity

Capability by design.

This option is for serious leaders who are concerned about how their cultures think, act, and co-create every day.

The Basadur Creative Problem Solving Profile is used as a starting point. It's used to gauge the true collaborative power of any team or organization. It was invented by Min Basadur, Ph.D in 1982 and continues to evolve today as a scientifically valid, cross-cultural psychometric instrument directly linked to the cognitive demands of the Creative Problem Solving Process. It immerses new participants into real-world problem solving capability.

The profile's research shows:

  • We're a blend of preferences
  • Different jobs and functions favor different styles
  • You can be skilled in all four styles
  • Strong balanced teams can be created with that knowledge so that they can tackle a variety of tasks like problem-finding, idea generation, challenge mapping, and reframing

The CPSP gauges the creative DNA of your organization. It's experiential, inclusive, and real. The results properly assesses a client's collective sensemaking/changemaking strengths so that a course of action can be designed.

Bottom Line: If you want to go beyond default team-building and capacity-building workshops and programs, send an email about this option.

Flight Path B: Tactical Only

1. Business Model Design

Create a tactical blueprint in less time.

The Business Model Canvas is a visual planning tool that describes the rationale of how any organization creates, delivers, and captures value. It consists of nine components that make up the basic building blocks of any business.

The Canvas isn’t just for techies: it works for startups, current business owners, corporate innovators, students, nonprofits, and consultants.

Customized orkshops can be set up for your organization.

Bottom Line: If you need a better way to explain and pitch your business model and revenue streams, send an email about this option.

2. Design Sprints

The Design Sprint is an intensive five-day rapid prototyping process.

Jake Knapp was previously a designer at Google who created the five-day rapid prototyping process used for things like Google Search, Google Hangouts, and Goolge Plus. He has since moved on with Braden Kowitz and John Zeratsky to Google Ventures where hundreds of sprints were conducted for challenges ranging from healthcare to e-commerce, and more. All aforementioned companies have used the Google Ventures (GV) sprint and it was absolutely pivotal to their businesses.

Since then, it has been refined into a solid repeatable process presented in Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days

Bottom Line: If you have a huge product/service challenge that must be answered straightaway, send an email about this option.

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