Solving complex problems requires brave leadership. At People Rocket, we work with leaders and teams in growth-oriented and impact-driven organizations. Our clients include Fortune 500s, philanthropic organizations, academic institutions, government agencies, and startups — all looking for new ways to solve complex problems.
When you’re working on a business problem, it feels overwhelming. Trying to solve “it” can set your company back years.
We take a step back, diagnose what is really going on, and begin prototyping innovative solutions.
Once your team masters the right mindsets, every problem becomes an opportunity to build elegant solutions, and innovative processes.
At People Rocket, we believe there is magic at the intersection of strategy, mastery and design.
This model provides people with evidence-based tools to truly learn new ways of working to scale innovation.
Our multidisciplinary team helps organizations develop competencies, skills, capabilities and abilities to solve challenges, drive innovation and sustain transformation.
We do this through developing trusted partnerships with our clients, and sharing expertise in ethnographic research, human-centered design, business strategy, people management, learning science and emerging technologies.
Students from the Spring 2019 Design Thinking Studio at Stanford's d.school share what they learned in the course taught by People Rocket's Rich Cox Braden and Tessa Forshaw. Learn what these students uncovered in their quarter-long studio.READ THE ARTICLE
Innovation is exciting, or at least, the notion of innovation. But while most of the innovative success stories we hear about come from Silicon Valley startups, traditional approaches to applying innovation within complex organizations on on-going projects breaks down.
Understanding the myth of these innovation success stories is the first step toward learning to apply innovation within your organization. Stop striving to become an overnight innovation sensation — instead, equip your entire team with the mindsets and moves they need to become Innovation(ish).READ THE ARTICLE
Much of the media coverage focused on artificial intelligence, or AI, maps out the possibilities of workers being entirely replaced by machines. But history has shown that the introduction of previous disruptive technology simply shifted the types of work, rather than replaced it entirely.
Learn how AI will be used to enhance workforce development, rather than replace it, in the future of work.READ THE ARTICLE