This methodology came into being in Ferran Adrià’s elBullirestaurante. It emerged from a willingness to reflect on what they were doing. The Sapiens principles that were applied there, although the methodology had not yet been systematised, were part of the keys to its success.
“At elBullirestaurante we have always sought to understand.
Understanding gives us freedom to create.” Ferran Adrià
The Sapiens methodology was then systematised, conceptualised, developed and applied intensively at elBullifoundation. It was a process of researching and pursuing its theoretical foundations and basis for reflection on the accumulated experience.
“The key is connecting knowledge. If we connect knowledge and turn into wisdom, we will be able to understand. And if we understand, we will create and innovate better.” Ferran Adrià
Sapiens to perceive and understand the world. And also to rethink it.
Sapiens is the prism through which to perceive and understand the world, a different way of thinking and rethinking the world, with a certain mindset and a different logic.
Accessible, simple, for everyone and for everything. We apply this model to Thinknovate’s cornerstones, methodologies and procedures because we are well versed with it and have verified its effectiveness and efficiency in situ.
Thinknovate + Sapiens
The application of Sapiens in organisations and projects can meet various objectives: understanding the organisation, creating taxonomic categories, managing and archiving information, such as a creative meta-technique, or applying creative and innovation auditing, to name but a few of the goals.
Based on the original methodology, at Thinknovate we have created our own and exclusive tool that facilitates its application to any project.
Sapiens has five methods that allow us to study, research, understand and connect knowledge in any project. In this way, projects can be approached from new perspectives and differential results can be achieved.