BRICKme 
It is like a crowdfunding platform, but instead of money you get bricks and insights that helps you to “pivot” your Business Model. BRICKme gets insights from 15.000 entrepreneurs across 5 continents.

Erasmus+Hub 
So much talent out there looking for project support. Erasmus+ is the first platform supporting change makers and social entrepreneurs. We help them to transform their ideas into European projects.

There is no clear way up anymore. It’s just a series of projects or jobs, one after another.

No one knows 
what will emerge from the feverish experiment, trial and error and rapid learning that are accompanying the birth of this new economy. But we can be certain that its emergence will encourage ever more interest in how innovation can best be supported, orchestrated and harnessed to speed up the invention and adoption of better solutions. Much innovation comes from the creative blending of ideas from multiple sources. This is why we have created two main tools, BRICKme and  ERASMUS+HUB
K A 1
K A 2

The Oasis Game is a community mobilization tool developed by Instituto Elos to materialize collective dreams. The game involves players and communities, bringing together people from many different areas of society such as NGOs, local government, nearby businesses and the community itself. It was conceived to be applied at no cost and in a fully cooperative way so that, together, all participants can accomplish a common goal. The design of the Oasis Game strives to allow all players to be winners, without exception.

Why do only one in a thousand of our dreams ever achieve reality? Why do, when we succeed in creating organisations or projects to fulfil our dreams, we finish up so often feeling burned out, or else are caught up in power hierarchies, in which the organisation itself seems part of the problem?

Dragon Dreaming, an approach pioneered over the last 21 years makes the claim that it can make your dreams come true through the running of outrageously successful projects.

The Art of Hosting is a highly effective way of harnessing the collective wisdom and self-organizing capacity of groups of any size.  Based on the assumption that people give their energy and lend their resources to what matters most to them – in work as in life – the Art of Hosting blends a suite of powerful conversational processes to invite people to step in and take charge of the challenges facing them. Groups and organizations using the Art of Hosting as a working practice report better decision-making, more efficient and effective capacity building and greater ability to quickly respond to opportunity.

The Johari Window was invented by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in the 1950s as a model for mapping personality awareness. By describing yourself from a fixed list of adjectives, then asking your friends and colleagues to describe you from the same list, a grid of overlap and difference can be built up.

There are many ways to use the Johari window to expand your Known, Unkwon, Public, Private, Hidden, Black Hole. The more the team knows about you ( or to each other) the better the team performs. LSP is without doubt an awesome way to extract story making at incredible detail level.

Innovation requires engagement that goes well beyond crowd sourcing. A value that goes into the design and development of a better user experience that targets needs and values that are latent, those values that are subconscious and that LEGO Serious Play can surface. In such a perspective, LSP is the beating, engaging and revealing heart of a co-creation experience, helping organisations and users to engage in constructive conversations to build together, iteratively, the next user experience, innovating services and products together.

Skills allow you to take your career in multiple directions, which is ever more important in an unstable job.