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Creating Conditions for Innovation
Fuelling innovation in manufacturing to navigate in uncertainty and to spur growth.
“Without an innovation strategy, different parts of an organization can easily wind up pursuing conflicting priorities – even if there’s a clear business strategy.” - Gary P. Pisano, Harvard Business Review
The pace of technology change is faster than ever before and each industry and sector is being impacted by the increased uncertainty of the future.
Innovations – including technology innovations – require a holistic approach to ways of working and certain conditions to flourish, consisting of processes, environments, culture and mindset.
This webinar gives you an overview of influencing elements and conditions that contribute towards innovations across technology industries and sectors. The experts at Design Factory Melbourne will unpack how different factors enhance or hinder the likelihood of innovations taking place now and in the future and share examples of global university-industry collaboration.
You will get to learn about each element of the framework for creating conditions for innovation:
• Process, advancing creative problem-solving and experimentation
• Mindset, the attitude driving behaviour and approach
• Environment, the surroundings and space where work happens
• Community & culture, the people who you work with and the collective values
Who Should Attend:
This webinar is targeted towards Senior executives, Senior leadership teams, Innovation and Operations managers in Operations, Product quality, Design or Engineering of SMEs in a Victorian manufacturing or process related industry, including Food & Beverage, Meat processing, Dairy, Agri-business, Defence, Pharmaceuticals etc.
Webinar Cost & Format:
In response to the current Covid-19 situation, this free webinar is being delivered in a virtual format via Zoom.
What you need:
Participants must have a desktop PC, laptop, tablet with internet access for a Zoom session.
You will be provided with additional information and a link to access the online webinar via eventbrite email 1 day prior to the event. Please check your spam/junk folder in case the emails are diverted there.
Available dates: Thu 3rd December, Start time: 12:00pm, duration: 1hr