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How Would It Feel to Be an Innovator?

How would it feel if your team consistently not only came up with more creative ideas, but implemented more of them? How would it feel if your company was recognised as a leading innovator? How would it feel if your colleagues were able to solve challenging problems with creativity? If any or all of those things would feel good, check out my services or, hell, why waste time there? Get in touch and let's talk about how we can make your company more innovative and your people more obviously creative.


Conventional Innovation Consultant vs Me

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Yeah, I know I look more like an artist or musician than a businessperson. And I am not at all your typical consultant. But think about it for a moment. If you want someone to help bring out the creativity of your team, do you want a typical consultant? Or would you rather have an eccentric, arty guy who comes up with outlandish ideas on a regular basis? If you prefer the former, I suggest you pop over to Google and look for a more conventional consultant than me. But if you really want to get creative, read on...


Jeffrey Baumgartner speaking at TEDx


If you want your team to be developing and implementing more creative ideas; if you want your company to be a true innovator; if you want to be recognised as an innovative market leader, I can help you get there. You and your colleagues already have the potential. All you need is a creative spark, who truly understands the creative process, to get you there.

Interested? Get in touch or read more about my specific services, including workshops, advisory services and keynotes.


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I have written a book on designing an innovation process, a book on anticonventional thinking, a science fiction humour novel and a rewriting of Sherlock Holmes.


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Report 103

Report 103 is a twice monthly (or thereabouts) ejournal on creativity, imagination, ideas and innovation that provides articles you can use to boost creativity and innovation at your place of work.



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Creativity & Innovation & Other Articles

If you want to learn about creativity and innovation, this is the place to do it. Discover 100s of articles and papers on every aspect of the innovation process, from imagination to implementing complex innovations. As an added bonus, many articles include a cartoon that may not have you rolling on the floor with laughter, but ought to bring a smile to your face.

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Cartoon: Questions you should ask when an innovative project fails

Questions you should ask when an innovative project fails
You can learn a lot from the failure of an innovative project, but you need to ask the right questions. Here are those questions. -- Read the article...


Cartoon: Business Should Be More Fun

Business Should Be More Fun
Make your business more fun and see improved creativity, more innovation, reduced stress and more benefits. Here's how to do it. -- Read the article...


Cartoon: Unmarketing the Competition

Unmarketing the Competition
A look at creative, but unethical dirty trick marketing campaigns designed to damage the competition -- Read the article...


Cartoon: Imaginativefulness and the Fisherman

Imaginativefulness and the Fisherman
What does a fisherman wearing a cycling helmet have to do with imaginativefulness? Quite a lot, it seems. -- Read the article...


Cartoon: Actually, Criticising Ideas Is Good for Creativity

Actually, Criticising Ideas Is Good for Creativity
People have long assumed criticising ideas in a brainstorm inhibits creativity. Research and experience shows that is wrong -- Read the article...


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Imaginativefulness is a state of heightened imagination in which your mind allows thoughts, memories and ideas to play with each other freely. -- Read the article...


Cartoon: Alternative Uses for Your Products

Why and How to Exploit Alternative Uses for Your Products
Discovering new ways customers use, misuse and could use your products can inspire innovation. Jeffrey Baumgartner explains. -- Read the article...


Cartoon: The Cost of Not Innovating

The Cost of Not Innovating
If your company fails to innovate, you pay a steep price in terms of loss of leadershop, tight margins, missed opportunities and more. -- Read the article...


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Imagination Club

I am the co-founder (with Andy Whittle) of the Imagination Club and actively manages the Brussels Imagination Club, a venue for experimentation in facilitation, training and life-long learning. Visit the web site...

Imagination Video

I am launching, together with Roberta Cacciaglia, Imagination Video a creative video production company. Visit the web site...


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