Published July 23, 2015
We attended the 13th annual Front End of Innovation conference in Boston and had the opportunity to meet new people with new ideas, held conversations and felt the general vibe of so much innovation under one room. There was so much great conversation, we wanted to share with you a few of the valuable lessons that we learned.
1) Interaction Is Key
The Front End of Innovation keynotes were great, panel discussions kept things moving, and the agenda was full of tracks to keep attendees’ brains stimulated. The in-between networking and innovation sessions provided a chance to really engage. Showing us that interactive exhibits, games, and brainstorming activities really helped make this event a success.
2) Disruption leads to Innovation
No matter what space you’re innovating in, disrupting the everyday flow and way of thinking is the best way to get the creative juices flowing and gain team alignment. Whether it’s a mini-session or a full three-day workshop, a little disruption is just what you and your team need.
3) You Can Be Led To Innovation
The innovation community is growing, and more people are discovering the value of innovation training. Let knowledgeable facilitators be your guide to innovative thinking! The Innovation Loft has its own TeamStorming Facilitator Training, an immersive brainstorming methodology session that will equip you with the knowledge and tools necessary to lead your organization in highly-effective team building, brainstorming, and creative collaboration exercises. This comprehensive experience helps you overcome common meeting obstacles by using group thinking to ideate new outcomes. Session engage you in fun and informative training modules, and train you on leading innovation session in your company.
Read Innovation Loft Attends FEI for a detailed look at our experience at the 13th annual Front End Innovation event. If you have any other inquiries about our space or services, please don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 646-692-3522.