The sixth edition of Factory Week is set for January 27 – 31, 2014. We're taking a whole new approach. We've created a shortlist of questions to answer, and chosen a single goal: to define what a mature SmallBox looks like. This will be our most contemplative Factory Week yet.
We're resisting the urge to build stuff (we love that, of course!). But this Factory Week is all about having space for reflection and visioning. Read more about this on the SmallBox blog.
Laurel Hall has a crazy story. We got a tour of this 32,000 square foot mansion... Read more.
After spending the first few days talking vision and values, we got a little more tactical, mapping out many of our processes. Read more.
This Factory Week was all about space. Lydia took a quiet moment to write down her reactions to her some of our discussions. Read more.
Laurel Hall is a hidden gem in Indianapolis. It's been a great setting for strategic discussions and visioning. See more photos.
Things got a little out of hand at Factory Week when Jason talked with his hands WHILE planking. Wait - is that even possible?! Read more.
Ooh, fancy. A collection of doodles by various 'Boxers from Day 2 of Factory Week. See more doodles.
This edition of Factory Week is taking place at Laurel Hall. It's so fancy, we think we all need smoking jackets. Read more.
With our clients, we frequently play the role of facilitator, bringing outside perspective. We understood that for this Factory Week, as we placed or focus toward vision and what SmallBox looks like in 2024, we needed someone to play that role for us. Enter Jeremy Houchens. Read more.
We took a cake break to celebrate Jason's recently born and Kasey's soon-to-come daughters. Congrats, Jason and Kasey! Read more.