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Coming Together as a Community Through ManyOne

Studio/E is one of those rare places where people of all stripes are invited in and then are further invited to drop all their defining labels at the door.  It’s an effective way of producing meaningful learning.  We say it frequently, but only because it’s so true – If you want to learn and grow…

Organizations Exploring Greater Possibilities for Success

Recently we’ve been fortunate to have two talented teams from two wonderful businesses put their energies to work within the walls of the Studio/E Clubhouse.  Jacobs and Super Radiator Coils have made the commitment to not sit on their successes, but rather push themselves even harder when it matters most: when they’re healthy.  Their CEO’s, Jackie…

Studio/E GPS Recap

Guest post by Jared Hanks For about a year, I’ve been working with Studio/E to produce a personal and professional leadership program specifically tailored for youth. After my Studio/E At the Hill experience, I approached the Studio/E team in hopes of creating a program to help young people gain clarity around the next chapters of their lives as they navigate…

Knowledge Box: Motivation

There is something about the changing seasons that is very motivating. Maybe it’s the respite from the heat, maybe it’s the striking colors, the chili or the football. Whatever it is, fall finds us feeling motivated, which is why we’ve dedicated October’s Knowledge Box to this theme.

Exploiting a Harsh Niche in a Crowded Field

This post originally appeared in Minnesota Business Magazine’s October issue. When it comes to the accuracy and durability of products, for Todd Roach it’s life or death. Todd is co-owner and VP of Innovation at Computype, a company that produces labeling solutions for the healthcare, rubber and industrial industries. This Twin Cities-based outfit produces the serialized barcodes for…

The Last of the Tuskegee Airmen Video Recap

Dr. Harold Brown is one of the last of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, and we brought him to the Twin Cities for an evening of heroism, history and inspiration. One of the first African American pilots allowed to join the U.S. Army Air Corps, Harold’s heroic feats include showing incredible determination to become an aviator in…

The Studio/E Knowledge Box

Exploration is key to success in today’s rapidly changing world. We’ve said it once, twice, hundreds of times, and we stand by it. One component of exploration is trying new things. As part of our Studio/E Masters program, we send out Knowledge Boxes to provide our members with opportunities to continue to explore during the…

A Hero’s Journey

Heroes play an influential role at Studio/E: authors, explorers, rule-breakers, artists and business starters. But last week we had the opportunity to be with a real hero. For our event, A Hero’s Journey | The Last of the Tuskegee Airmen, we brought Lt. Colonel Harold Brown to the Twin Cities for an evening of inspiration. Harold Brown…

Thinking Big, Acting Small

This post originally appeared in Minnesota Business Magazine’s September issue. Tiffany Snyder is one of those special people you meet who exudes an entrepreneurial vibe and happens to work in a large organization. She prefers agility to big initiatives that cause paralysis — a deadly symptom that runs rampant in organizations which have so many resources…

#ideaSLAM Recap Video

Our first-ever #ideaSLAM was a great success, and it is all thanks to the incredible community that showed up. Watch for the announcement for our second #ideaSLAM, coming up this winter. In the meantime, here is a recap video from the event.