“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” (LATERAL*)
“Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler.” (SHORTCUTS)
Are you facing new challenges, up for reinventing yourself or creating new opportunities? Ready to travel beyond the obvious?
Adopt this powerful methodology for generating groundbreaking ideas and smart solutions for business challenges. Make sure you are getting the most out of your business and resources.
LATERAL SHORTCUTS are innovative, effective and easy solutions. It is also a powerful methodology (with specific methods, mindsets, techniques), to find those solutions; to generate groundbreaking ideas and to overcome difficult challenges. Nadine Meisel coined the term and developed the methodology.
See also this description by Nadine Meisel (1min video)
The LATERAL SHORTCUTS methodology consists of
1) reframing business challenges and untangling root causes,
2) applying LATERAL Thinking* to generate innovative ideas,
3) taking SHORTCUTS and shaping solutions by combining all the ingredients in a smart new way.
*Lateral Thinking is solution finding by an indirect and creative approach going beyond the obvious in contrast to conventional logical thinking. The term was coined by Edward de Bono.
The LATERAL SHORTCUTS approach shortcuts everything (times, processes etc.) using specific methods, mindsets and techniques in appropriate modes of consulting, coaching, workshops and lectures.
The methodology can be applied to all areas and phases of business, innovation and design, from earliest insights to final implementation.
Nadine Meisel – Innovation Consultant and Strategic Designer
A strong Lateral Thinker and specialist in creating LATERAL SHORTCUTS to any challenge, “traveling beyond the obvious”. Nadine Meisel has been applying LATERAL SHORTCUTS successfully to business challenges for more than 15 years.
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“When you are faced with fast-changing trends, fierce competition, and the need to work miracles despite tight budgets, you need Lateral Thinking.” (LATERAL SHORTCUTS)
Edward de Bono