I live and breathe creativity and try to manage a creative organisation as I go (The Walnut Grove group). I have a lot to share with clients that need to push and manage creativity within their organisations.


I am not a prophet of any author or school. In fact, I strongly belive that doing so would go very much against the nature of creative thinking. If you want to learn creativity you have to read from everybody: Albert Einstein, Walt Disney, Edward de Bono, Vid Pečjak and many, many others.

Goals of my workshops always depend on what you want to do as a client. Workshops will typically be aimed at giving you tools that will help you 1) get more useful ideas in a shorter period od time, 2) process and implement these ideas more efficiently and 3) improve the management of your creative meetings, which often seem like a waste of time to so many people.


To every potential client I will always propose a combination of workshops with train the trainer programs. If you don’t  have internal ambassadors for pushing creative thinking and innovation management, it is very likely that any workshop we organise for you will sooner or latter fall flat.



As experience designer I design better, smoother innovation processes: from getting ideas, processing the new material, making decisions and implementing these decisions efficiently.

I teach innovation management with the help of the Innoculture business game, which is designed for teaching middle and top managers on the complexity of innovation management. The game is designed by our partners in the Copenhagen Game Lab.






To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science.” Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein during a lecture in Vienna in 1921

Albert Einstein during a lecture in Vienna in 1921.


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