The Brainzooming process catalyzes collaboration and innovation everywhere it’s applied. Clients engage us for strategic planning consulting most frequently for their critical opportunities in organizational transformation, innovation, branding, and leadership.
Whether developing corporate, business unit, or department strategy, Brainzooming makes engaging diverse individuals possible. Our streamlined strategic planning process is practical, efficient, and amazingly productive. Whatever your market dynamics, Brainzooming makes developing innovative strategies fun, quick, and successful.
Innovation can suggest industry disruption and massive operational change. Brainzooming sees innovation as equally important when it’s envisioning fundamental, unexpected improvements in products, processes, and experiences. Our Design-Engage-Launch process ensures that innovation combines solid strategy and expansive blue sky thinking.
When prospective clients contact Brainzooming for branding, it’s usually because of content marketing, designing innovative customer experiences, or creating a transformational brand roadmap. In every case, our collaborative strategy approach’s productivity makes it possible to engage vital internal and external audiences in developing integrated branding that’s authentic and real for your organization.
Studies repeatedly reveal that creative leadership is fundamental for executive and organizational success. Through the Idea Magnets book, support materials, and development programs, we immerse top leaders and employee teams in actionable creative thinking and leadership.
Everything Brainzooming does involves teaching our thinking, tools, and exercises. Everyone who participates grows as they engage in the work. Our keynotes and workshops take this further. Brainzooming founder, Mike Brown, is an audience favorite for his real world, actionable ideas on strategy, innovation, branding, and new ways to lead creatively.
Do you need collaboration for a different situation?
You may need impactful collaborative strategy or development in a situation that you don’t see listed here. We apply the Brainzooming method in many other situations, including:
- Exploring DEI-related issues and opportunities inside organizations and groups
- Market research focus groups
- Community and public input events
- Collaboration experiences for conferences and association events
- Conference and event experience design