Manual Thinking is a work tool created by Luki Huber in 2001 during the creative process of the Bulli with Ferran Adrià. This methodology favors dynamics that enhance creativity for the development of new projects. It is also an interesting tool for conducting group meetings, where different professional profiles intervene, which can propose individual ideas by building joint solutions. Other aspects that enhance the use of the Manual Thinking is the decision making, the organization and prioritization of ideas, allowing to work in an organized and collaborative manner.
Learn more about this tool in the following video
- Know the Manual Thinking tool and its versatility
- Discover the application for dynamics of explanation and creation of new ideas.
- Discover the application in meeting management, team management, evaluation of ideas and projects.
To whom it is addressed:
To any professional profile that wants to acquire a new methodology of teamwork, to gain efficiency in decision processes, management of meetings and projects as well as a tool for the generation and exploration of new ideas.