Am I Good At Generating Innovative Business Ideas? Do I Know How To Find Original Thinkers And Creative Individuals For My Organization? Do I Know How To Train People To Be More Imaginative, And To Think Outside Of The Box?

If you are a manager who is concerned with her company’s future, you probably found yourself debating these questions. But telling your employees to “be creative” when they ask “how to think outside of the box” is a generic and unhelpful answer. One’s ability to generate innovative ideas is not merely a function of the mind, but also a function of behavior. This is good news for us all because it means that if we change behaviors, we can improve our creative impact.

This is where The Artian comes in. We provide training process based on knowledge, methods, and practices from the art world that helps organizations with their innovation and creativity training challenges.


We offer special innovation training that focuses on the essential skills for innovation. Observation, questioning, and creative experience among them. We take practices and methods from the art world and combine them with knowledge from the entrepreneurship world.

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We see ourselves as the ice-breakers between creativity and business professionals. We aim to assist managers to initiate, nurture and boost creative environments, to allow others to be creative by thinking differently about the role of creativity in the business process.

That is why we focus on the essential and basic skills required in the world of innovation. We always claim, only innovative and creative people can create these type of companies. Are you?

Provoke new way of thinking by challenging the way your employees think about the intersection of art in the world of business, entrepreneurship, technology, and innovation.

This phase focuses on the need for observation and listening skills. We are all being taught how to read, write and even how to behave socially; yet, education systems do not teach us how to see.

Another important skill is the ability to ask the right questions. In the business world, we are trained to execute, not to ask questions. A skill we need to relearn.

How can we create meaningful experiences that will inspire our employees, suppliers, customers and other stakeholders?

Training the Future Managers

We are part of the training professionals of Financial Times|IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance and our founder is a visiting professor in IE Business School, one of the world’s leading business schools. He teaches at the Executive Education Creativity for Sustainable Business Growth as well as a guest lecturer at the Master for Design and Innovation in IED (Istituto Eurpoeo di Design), where he lectures on entrepreneurship for creative fields. By doing so, we train and interact with the future generations of management.