The Medici Game™
CREATING CONDITIONS FOR BREAKTHROUGH INNOVATIONS
Inspire innovation and foster creativity in your organization.
The Medici Game™ seminar is based on the bestselling book “The Medici Effect” by Frans Johansson.
It allows participants to take a fascinating journey to the Intersection – a place where ideas from different fields and cultures meet and collide, ultimately igniting an explosion of extraordinary new innovations.
Use The Medici Game™ when you want to:
Inspire people to think outside of the box and realize their own ability to be innovative.
Reach a shared understanding through dialogue and discovery.
Create an innovative environment and support a cultural shift throughout the organization.
Kick off a conference, project, or other initiative, and open employees’ minds.
Teams will discuss and explore:
What is a breakthrough innovation, and how does it occur?
What type of conditions foster – or obstruct – innovation? Are we working with the right assumptions?
How well do we leverage our diversity to explore, find and capitalize on new growth opportunities?
How will we make it happen?
People tend to look to improve on products and services that already exist, but after playing The Medici Game we were inspired to think beyond the usual. At Rockwell, thinking creatively and having an entrepreneurial spirit are important, so this was a perfect fit and an effective way to spend an afternoon.”
– Nick Nichols, Training Manager, Rockwell Automation, USA
I quickly read the book, but playing The Medici Game together with my colleagues gave me even more! Very fascinating.
– Project manager, Pharmaceutical company, Sweden
Who were the Medicis?
The Medici family used to rule the city of Florence, Italy some 500 years ago. They would sponsor and train people from a range of different disciplines: architects, sculptors, scientists, philosophers, and such.
They brought them together from all over the world to Florence. There they were able to break down barriers – between different cultures and disciplines – to generate what became one of the most creative periods in our history, the Renaissance.