How do you innovate?

Understanding how to sets you apart from the 73% of companies that don't.

According to research from McKinsey, while 70% of leaders say innovation is a core driver of growth, over 65% of leaders are generally disappointed in their ability to stimulate innovation in their organisations.

Over the last 20 years, I have worked with fast-paced startups to build companies worth over $100M, as well as global corporations like P&G, Intel and Facebook, financial institutions and government agencies.

As I observed the different approaches and cultures, I saw patterns emerge. I started mapping this with research in the fields of psychology, leadership, design thinking and even the lean startup movement to understand the deeper structure of these patterns.

What emerged was the Thinking.School curriculum - a set of courses that helps everyone in the organisation become a practitioner of habits that drive innovation.

Innovation is the result of discipline and habit.

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Thinking.School teaches practical thinking skills and habits that drive innovation.

Thinking skills can be applied to every vocation to shift them from a static mindset to a change-is-constant infinite mindset.

The programs developed by Joe Cincotta apply principles from Design Thinking, Creative Problem Solving, Psychology and Engineering to expand the mental-toolbox people use every day to take on challenges.

The result: innovation.

Thinking.School provide a results-oriented framework for leaders trying to foster a culture of innovation.

Innovation leadership is understanding the management behaviours that foster autonomy and creativity in the organisation, while balancing that with the need to deliver results.

Through ongoing mentorship and support, combined with practical skills training, Thinking.School deliver an innovation culture through leadership and execution.



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