Our Study Tours give you the ‘seeing to believe’ conviction and know how that’s required to develop innovative cultures and high performing teams.
If your company is serious about building an innovative culture, or you need to get the leadership team over the line, then our Study Tours will give you the concentrated burst of inspiration and proven methods like nothing else. We take you to some of the world’s most innovative organisations and most successful start-ups giving you a first-hand experience of what it takes to build design-led growth. Taking a group of business and innovation leaders on a Methodry Study Tour programme can be the most productive way to drive growth and change in your organisation.
5 reasons you should attend our Study Tours:
- Experience first-hand the cultures of world-leading innovative companies like GE, Google, Intuit and P&G
- Learn how entrepreneurial startups, like Airbnb, Method, Uber and Xero are redefining the future of business on almost every level
- Translate your observations into insights and ideas that can be actioned back in the office through our expertly facilitated mini workshops staged throughout the tour.
- Receive a report of the entire tour’s learning synthesized for you, as a blueprint to help you continue to lead your organisation on the path forward.
- Build a peer network for the future that you can call on to support your ongoing learning and to share implementation stories to help sustain the change in your organisation.
What people say about our Study Tours
“Thank you so much for such a fantastic time over the past three days. I’ve got the biggest sugar rush of thoughts and ideas from this tour.”
Michael Henry, Managing Director, Prowler Proof
“The NZ Study Tour was a pure hit of innovation inspiration. It provided a unique opportunity to delve into a range of NZ businesses, ranging from techno start-ups to corporate giants, who willingly shared their successes and challenges in driving growth through innovation. It provided provoking insights beyond my own corporate experience to inspire new ways of working.”
Susie White, former Head of Innovation, Mondelez