THE IMAGINEIT TODAY™ DIFFERENCE
Corporate America spends billions of dollars annually on creative consulting. In most cases, a consultant is procured in REACTION to changes in market conditions or the competition. The consultant’s scope of work involves solving a particular problem or taking advantage of a perceived opportunity. While your company’s issues may be unique, consultants rely on a process used with other clients. And their measure of success is often whether they are rehired to address the next problem or opportunity.
Alternatively, at ImagineIt Today™, we view creative consulting as human development which leads to business development. Our goal is to unleash the creative consultants already on your payroll. More importantly, this creative asset stays with the company and can be drawn on continuously. Your workforce PROACTIVELY looks for new opportunities which make you a market leader rather than a follower. Creativity and opportunity recognition become ingrained in your corporate culture. And finally, your company develops its own internal creative process, based on sound principles, which is unique to your needs and interests.
ImagineIt Today™ is the culmination of three efforts which focused on the links between creativity, innovation and business success.
Our approach and methodology is derived from the knowledge and experience garnered over the past 18 years. Our methodology brings together the common themes that emerged through interviews and research with activities that promote learning by doing.
I was seldom able to see an opportunity until it ceased to be one.
Imagine a more perfect world than the one we currently live in; then engage in making that happen.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers
Imagineit Project Interview 2005
DR. JOSEPH A. KAYNE, MASTER ENVISIONIST
Dr. Kayne joined the ImagineIt team in 2009 as vice-president for education and curriculum development. He is now the senior partner at ImagineIt Today™.
From 2003 to 2011, Dr. Kayne was the Cintas Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Richard T. Farmer School of Business at Miami University and served as director of the Miami University Institute for Entrepreneurship from 2004 through 2010. During his years at Miami, his teaching and research focused on the role of imagination in the business startup and growth process.
Prior to joining the Miami University faculty, Dr. Kayne served as vice-president for policy and research at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in Kansas City, Missouri.
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