Inventium

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    We’re science geeks applying the latest and greatest findings from psychology and neuroscience to help organisations gain a competitive edge through innovation.  Inventium is the only innovation consultancy in Australia that uses a scientifically proven approach. Our clients include a large number of ASX 200 and Fortune 500 companies from around the world. Aside from all our scientific geekiness and awesome clients, we are obsessed with business and for us, commercial outcomes for our clients are a must-have. We combine the fun with ensuring we get results that will drive a commercial outcome for our clients.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2007
    HQMelbourne, AU
    Websiteinventium.com.au

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    Employees (est.) (Feb 2020)19

    Key People/Management at Inventium

    Amantha Imber

    Amantha Imber

    Founder & Head Inventiologist
    Kerry Hanstock

    Kerry Hanstock

    Chaos Controller
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    Inventium Office Locations

    Inventium has offices in Melbourne and Sydney
    Melbourne, AU (HQ)
    Level 2/125 Flinders Ln
    Sydney, AU
    Level 28/161 Castlereagh St
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    2007
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    I launched unlimited vacation at my company, and it’s still working

    Many of the companies that first experimented with unlimited vacation have scrapped those policies. Here’s how one company has made its own version succeed. Two years ago, at an all-staff meeting at Inventium, the innovation consultancy I run, I announced that we’d be introducing unlimited paid vaca…

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    14 Days of Innovation

    I always find it liberating to think that a new year is often a chance for us to set and achieve some really inspirational goals. Perhaps it is a side effect of the hectic year-end schedule of Christmas functions, demanding work deadlines and the impending forced time with some interesting family me…

    In Defence of the Irrational

    Our world is obsessed with data and efficiency. We justify what we are doing ‘because it is rational’; logic tells us it ‘should work’ and it’s, therefore, less risky. In most businesses, this means that rational ideas are the only ideas that see the light of day. A rational idea is justified by bas…

    Assume nothing: How To Boost Your Innovation Success

    What do you assume about this article before you have even read it? That it is going to be full of useful concepts? That it will be amusing? Or a waste of time? Our assumptions drive our world. They set our expectations about how we imagine the world will behave – from what is possibleRead more The …

    Do your employees have a voice? If not, your innovation is at risk

    For your organisation to grow and stay relevant, innovation is crucial. And an important requirement for innovation is creativity, as innovation is the implementation of creative ideas. But for creativity to flourish, you need your employees to speak up, to have a voice, and to share knowledge – whi…

    Why giving people choice is the secret ingredient to changing behaviour

    Demanding that someone change their behaviour is as frustrating as trying to accelerate your car out of quicksand. The more you put your foot down, the further you sink in. The reason why is because all humans have an innate psychological need for autonomy. Autonomy is a desire to feel in control of…

    5 insights from Australia’s Most Innovative Companies…

    Let’s face it, innovation is a tricky game. It requires patience and persistence and often comes with many unexpected challenges along the way. If you’re responsible for driving innovation in your organisation, I’m sure you find it a tough slog at times. And I’m guessing that you’d welcome any inspi…
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    Inventium Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Inventium founded?

      Inventium was founded in 2007.

    • Who are Inventium key executives?

      Inventium's key executives are Amantha Imber and Kerry Hanstock.

    • How many employees does Inventium have?

      Inventium has 19 employees.

    • Who are Inventium competitors?

      Competitors of Inventium include Kirkman Company, T Chapman Consulting & Associates and Humanitarian Advisory Group.

    • Where is Inventium headquarters?

      Inventium headquarters is located at Level 2/125 Flinders Ln, Melbourne.

    • Where are Inventium offices?

      Inventium has offices in Melbourne and Sydney.

    • How many offices does Inventium have?

      Inventium has 2 offices.