Hacking Cultural Beliefs is for you if...
you want to create value outside of your core products and services
existing innovation methods have not delivered the impact you expected
won’t help you to shift from incremental to radical innovation.
What technology can do, or the innovation methods you use are not the problem. The problem is the beliefs that limit the opportunities you can see.
Our approach enables radical innovation that goes beyond improving existing products and services. Using the power of social anthropology, we help you identify and deconstruct deep underlying cultural beliefs to unleash new innovation possibilities.
"Biology enables, Culture forbids.
Biology is willing to tolerate a very wide spectrum of possibilities. It’s culture that obliges people to realise some possibilities while forbidding others."
Yuval Noah Harari
TALK – Hacking Cultural Beliefs
We give keynote speeches at conferences or innovation events on how to hack cultural beliefs to unlock your innovation potential.
WORKSHOP – Hack Your Industry Beliefs
We offer a variety of workshop formats from 3-day discovery workshops to 5-day sprints that help you dig deep into the cultural beliefs of your industry.
holds a PhD in organisational psychology. Sebastian is an innovation guru. He has worked with international organisations from telecommunications, finance, education, retail, agriculture, high-tech manufacturing, energy, aviation, automotive, transport, government, and start-ups.
has twenty years experience in strategy, insight, and innovation roles. He has worked for large organisations such as Nestlé, Vodafone and Nationwide Building Society as well as small consultancies.
is a cultural creative, a psychologist and branding expert: "Intuition is the key to discover deeply hidden cultural beliefs, let's explore them."
worked as innovation consultant with international corporations for over ten years: "Within the approach of Hacking Cultural Beliefs there lies a tremendous potential for innovation."
holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from Sorbonne Paris Cité and is a research fellow at the university of Lausanne. She has extensive experience in applying anthropology in the commercial sector. Fanny presented at TEDx Women on gender issues and is a regular contributor in a number of publications.
Corporates our team members worked with and for
"People become aware of their culture when they stand at its boundaries: when they encounter other cultures, or when they become aware of other ways of doing things, or merely of contradictions to their own culture."
Anthony P. Cohen