"The core of the workshop led by Nanna consisted of, among other things, discovering a shared value basis for future services, finding a goal-oriented, cost-effective and efficient working approach, and recognising the most essential clients and helping the new work community in creating a team spirit.
I felt that the Neemo Method brought an entirely new and unprejudiced way of thinking to the way I act in a workshop compared to my previous experiences. The method helped me switch my brain and mind to work with a more multidimensional approach, discovering new angles to the topics of consideration. It wasn't always easy to discuss and consider things through images and topics – as it shouldn't be – but the pictures helped joining better and more extensive stories and contents to the topics of consideration, and the picture itself also helped reveal factors you cannot properly put into words.
For me personally, the workshop as a whole brought on a clearly more extensive and improved angle from which to approach workshopping compared to previous methods, and it also immensely broadened the discussed topics." The Finnish Enterprise Agency, Kuopio Region, Pekka Turunen
"I found the photograph method for developing self-awareness by the photographer and consultant Nanna Hänninen to be novel, inspiring and interesting. The fact that the photography process was genuine from the beginning till the end was good, as it challenged us to think and made the invisible visible." VALTIO-JOKO 54 participants
"The Neemo workshop provided a brilliant new way to deal with issues related to business development, collaboration and strategy. The Neemo method made us think about things from new perspectives, "out of the box", helped us understand the way others think, and activated discussions. It was thus also a good way to get to know people and deepen cooperation in the team."
Marja-Leena Laitinen, Senior Advisor, Business Development, Startup and Growup Services and Risto Koivisto, Senior Advisor, Business Development, Startup Services, Kuopio Innovation