Co-Creator 12 Station Challenge

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Inspire and identify co-creator friendlies and to validate concepts and ideas. 

Anne-Cécile Graber & Elizabeth Lembke , two people-passionate organizational developers, armed with conviction and active monkey brains willing to experiment to create a better world of work.

It is our belief that an innovative edge comes from iterative and adaptive solutions fueled by team human – leveraging technology and tapping into a broader spectrum of expertise and potential.

We conducted a scan around the new realities at work and in the world, cultural evolution, social concepts and innovation trends to see how they have been tied back to organizational design and personal growth. But nothing seemed to hit the mark.

So we decided to marry our mental powers – wanna join in on the learning?

We are extending a 12 steps Co-Creator Challenge!

What is this challenge – and what is in it for you?

  • Experience co-creation in a simple form to introduce ideas and test in their own space
  • Find and join a community of practice with like-minded folks
  • Be better able to promote co-creation for their own organization or teams
  • Have fun while gaining insights

What is in it for us?

  • Test social learning as a platform
  • Validate concept
  • Putting theory into practice
  • Create an active community of learners

Course Features

  • Lectures 12
  • Quizzes 0
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 2
  • Assessments Yes
  • Station 1 0/1

    Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least - Goethe

  • Station 2 0/1

    Integrity is choosing courage over comfort; it's choosing what is right over what is fun, fast, or easy; and choosing to practice our values rather than simply professing them - Bréne Brown, Social Researcher

  • Station 3 0/1

    How shall I talk of the sea to the frog, If it has never left his pond? How shall I talk of the frost to the bird of the summer land, If it has never left the land of its birth? How shall I talk of life with the sage, If he is prisoner of his doctrine? – Chung Tsu, 4th Century BC (Zhou)

  • Station 4 0/1

    The first rule of user research: never ask anyone what they want. — Erika Hall, Just Enough Research

  • Station 5 0/1

    Not everything is subject to innovation, but everything is subject to evolution. Elizabeth Lembke & Anne-Cécile Graber

  • Station 6 0/1

    I speak in Latin to God, Italian to Women, French to Men, and German to my Horse. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor (1500-1558)

  • Station 7 0/1

    Our past is not the thing that matters so much in this world as what we intend to do with the future. Shoghi Effendi

  • Station 8 0/1

    “Architecture does not create extraordinary organizations by collecting extraordinary people. It does so by enabling very ordinary people to perform in extraordinary ways.” John Kay, U.K. Economist

  • Station 9 0/1

    “When you consider if a candidate is a “culture add” then you are looking for candidates to bring in new ideas, a different point-of-view, and bring out different traits in others in a collaborative, positive way. Ideally, this person will fill in what you might be missing to give you that competitive edge for your products or services.” - Jodi Ordioni, Chief Brand Officer Brandemix

  • Station 10 0/1

    “Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose.” — Yoda

  • Station 11 0/1

    "What you want and what you need aren't the same. Be willing to delay short term gratification for long term greatness" - Mandy Hale

  • Station 12 0/1

    “In the digital age, the modern workplace is no longer a place, it is a mindset in which both people and organizations support and celebrate purpose, creativity, and growth.” — Joe Whittinghill, Corporate Vice President, Talent, Learning, and Insights at Microsoft


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