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This is how to use Music Thinking for your team or organisation.  Tools, workshops and inspirations to foster creativity, empathy and meaningful collaboration. 

Music Thinking

… is a fresh methodology and approach for leaders, teams and organisations.
Learn about the basic idea about music thinking, the music thinking framework, the six cues, the dynamics and how to use this in your team and organisation.

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music thinking framework

Jam Cards

Now available worldwide. 44 inspirational cards including links to Spotify to enrich your workshops and inspiration sessions with sound.
Get inspired and trigger your ideation session, co-create your purpose, define your design challenge or lay the foundation of your company culture or brand story.

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Music Thinking Jam Cards

Workshops

Looking for an inspirations session, a workshop or programme?
Experience Music Thinking in a variety of workshops and discover how to find patterns in your work and co-create, for example, your company purpose, define your design challenge or make a first step with your brand story.

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Music Thinking Workshop at Design Thinkers. Photo: Taken during Design Thinking Conference by Arne van Oosterom Conference

Latest Updates and Blog

Here we share updates about workshops, programmes, new templates, tips and tricks and you can read all the 38 stories from ‘Behind the Cards’ – the background thoughts about every inspiration card of the Music Thinking Jam Cards.

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Knowledge speaks, wisdom listens.

Knowledge speaks, wisdom listens.

The Listen Card [8/38] [behind the cards]
The essence of the Listen card is to establish active listening. Listening can be a leadership practice to move from knowledge to wisdom. Or in other words to find the signal in the noise. Knowledge speaks, wisdom listens a quote by Jimi Hendrix.

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Performing the Sounds of Empathy

Performing the Sounds of Empathy

We were invited to do a music thinking breakout session. The objective was to engage half of the conference (about 70 people) in a breakout workshop, let them learn and reflect about the things they heard and make a performance all together after the last actor to end the day with a big bang.