Strategy by Watercolour

Specially designed for Leaders, Strategy by Watercolor is an innovative workshop that simulates strategic thinking principles through the act of watercolor painting. Participants embark on a creative journey, exploring how the layered process of watercolor painting mirrors the stages of strategic planning.


Program Details

Program LengthSingle Session (2 Hours)
Session TypeVirtual or On-Location
Session Duration120 Mins
Min Team Size12

About Strategy by Watercolor

Strategy by Watercolor draws parallels between the nuanced techniques used in watercolor painting to explore the intricacies of strategic planning. Participants will navigate the canvas of business, understanding how the methodical approach of watercolor art mirrors effective strategic decision-making.

Program Details

  • The sessions can be conducted on Location, Offsite or Virtually
  • Depending on the total size of the cohort, participants may be divided into smaller teams
  • Each session will be guided by a trained facilitator
  • Towards the end of the program, participants will present their scenarios in an open session

Program Outcome

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

  • Develop a holistic understanding of strategic planning through the metaphor of watercolor painting.
  • Learn to identify and prioritize key elements in the strategic landscape, mirroring the process of creating focal points in a watercolor artwork.
  • Understand the importance of adaptability in strategy, akin to the fluidity and responsiveness required in watercolor painting.
  • Gain practical insights into connecting strategic priorities, fostering a cohesive and integrated approach to execution.

Who will benefit from this program?

  • Senior Leaders and Executives: Acquire a fresh perspective on strategic thinking through the creative lens of watercolor painting, enhancing your ability to navigate complexity and uncertainty.
  • Strategic Planners and Analysts: Deepen your strategic planning skills by drawing parallels between the methodology of watercolor art and the stages of strategic decision-making.
  • Innovation Teams: Explore a creative approach to innovation within a strategic framework, fostering a dynamic and adaptable mindset.