This three-hour workshop provides a perspective on how innovation represents change in an organization. Using a project management perspective this workshop explains innovation as both a compelling reason for change, as well as an outcome of change.
NOTE: This workshop REPLACES the regular chapter meeting for August!
Dr. Clemmons addresses how innovation presents organizations with opportunities to embrace or reject challenges to people, processes, and culture, along with an overview of the nature and process of innovation concluding with recommended readings of the ‘classics’ of innovation and provide a cognitive understanding of the difference between Adaptors,
Creators, Inventors, and Innovators (very important), as well as the perils of innovation.
Various models of the innovation process will be explained and then will be applied to a case study in innovation. The audience will break out into four groups to analyze the case study using the various academic models they have just learned.
Speaker: Dr. Maureen Clemmons, President at Transformations
Addmission Fee, buffet dinner included: $85
|Event Start Date||08-17-2017 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||08-17-2017 9:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||06-14-2017 12:00 am|
|Registration cut off date||08-15-2017 12:00 pm|
|Speaker||Dr. Maureen Clemmons|
|Number Hours||3 PDU|
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