A whirlwind of creativity blows away all tools

Enabling teams to collaborate better

*to dolaborate [/du:læbəreɪt/]
  • to co-create solutions to complex problems
  • to live curiously and seek constant inspiration
  • to have fun at work while achieving results

How might we help you?

A magicians hat
Coaching icon
A rocket which stand for co-creation projects
A doctors hat which symbolizes that dolaborate gives trainings in design thinking, design sprint, co-creation, scenario planning, ideation

You define a complex problem
and I facilitate your team


We dolaborate* 1-on-1
and you design
your personal


You define the scope and 
I dolaborate* 
with your team.


You define the need
and I teach your team
how to dolaborate*..

Game of conflicts

A playful approach
to innovation

to dolaborate also means to playfully innovate. In my workshops and my coaching I make use of games and playful methods. 

One of the best examples of this approach is the Game of Conflicts. It is based in the very technical Russian innovation methodology of TRIZ, but adds a playful and design oriented twist to it.

Developing this game is a co-creative project together with Roberta Maddalena and Eckhard Schüler-Hainsch

Selected projects


The logo of Finleap GmbH, Berlin, Germany
The logo of Daimler AG
The logo of Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit, Eschborn, Germany
The logo of Bosch Siemens Hausgeräte, Bangalore, India
The logo of Launchlabs, Berlin, Germany
The logo of Tamschick Media and Space
The logo of the graduate institute in Geneva, Switzerland
The logo of Foresight intelligence, Berlin, Germany
The logo of SAP SE, Walldorf, Germany
The logo of Welthungerhilfe e.V., Berlin, Germany
BuildingMinds Logo
The logo of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Germany

social change

During a project for the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in India I collected a bunch of design thinking methods which we used in co-creating new concepts for re-thinking gender justice.

It was a wonderful project with amazing people from different parts of India. The publication is publicly available on the website of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. 

The cover of the Practical guide to design thinking