A Transformation LAB (TL) takes on adverse, complex challenges, and gives participants the tools and language to create transformational change.
Real change is about how we think, how we feel and how we act. So TL speaks to the head, heart and hands . It is a two day experience based on six core principles derived from a 7–year research programme¹ it allows organisations to become more:
- purpose driven
- economically vibrant
At the end of a TL, participants see challenges differently and are more purpose driven – confident they can create profitable transformation in their business.
The author of No Straight Lines, Alan Moore, has assembled a remarkable faculty to deliver the LAB. They include, a senior director of the UN, artists, designers, innovators, doctors and senior business leaders.
Collectively they create a powerful and challenging learning field that few other workshops can deliver – through the hand the heart and the mind
After those 2 days, participants are able to:
- Understand how others have solved complex multi‐dimensional problems
- Apply such insight to challenge current business‐as‐usual perceptions
Overall deliverable for the company:
- Approaches to commercial and organisational success that previously would have been unseen and unexplored
- New business ideas
- Innovative and marginal business models
- Better market understanding
- New product and service positioning
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“Together, and that means all of us created our own experience that embodied all of the six principles of No Straight Lines. So, a huge thank you for undertaking the journey with us. We all learnt profoundly.”
“I learnt more in the last two days on the Transformation Lab than I have done in the last 5 years.”
Participant Bradford School of Business.
“The Transformation Labs are an incredible tool enabling companies’ to fast track to understanding what next for business looks like and how to implement those insights.”
CEO Du – Dubai
“Thank you for a great job that you did for my MBA students – you made them think in a different way (which was the objective) and they loved it (which was my fervent hope).”
Peter Hiscocks Chief Executive Officer, Executive Education, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
1. No Straight Lines is a 7-year research project published as a book in 2012 that systemically explored transformational change in business, finance, healthcare, education, and agriculture. The research showed how this transformation delivered higher performing organisations and businesses that can meet the complex challenges of today’s world.