Time: February 14, 2012 all day
Location: Not really all day...Check the time in your time zone and join us on the web - Click on the event title to RSVP now and receive log-in info the day before the event
Website or Map: http://www.timeanddate.com/wo…
Event Type: web-based, meeting
Organized By: Mary Adams
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2012
PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK THE TIME IN YOUR AREA! The time for this meeting is GMT 13:00-14:00. Click here for the correct time in your time zone. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TIME CHANGED (the call is now at 8 AM EST in Boston)!!
The February program will include:
Paul Iske Professor of Combinatoric Innovation: Leveraging the IC of different parties at Maastricht University.
He will be speaking about A New Business Model: If we knew what we are doing, we wouldn't call it innovation. In this presentation, we will discuss how paradigm shifts are related to radical innovation and how 'combinatoric innovation' can be supported by creating the right environment. In such an environment, serendipity is key and failure is an option!
She will be speaking about How to Channel Insight into Action Productivity grows, mergers flourish, and innovations spread when we use conversation to systematically elicit the hidden know-how in our individuals and teams."
The moderator for the meeting will be Gordon McConnachie.
Our host for the program is the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Thanks to PolyU for their support of our programs!
Please click on the RSVP link to the right of this text box to let us know you are going to attend. Once you click "I will attend," your picture will appear and you will be on the list to receive the log-in info for the web-based meeting (it will come the day before the meeting).
If you want to learn how to use the platform, please log in a few minutes prior to the program start time and we'll show you how to use the platform. You can join in the conversation by typing comments or by raising your hand to speak. If you have a headset, please use it so we can have the highest quality sound.
Hope to see you there!
For more information on this effort, check out the IC Practitioners Group. You will also be able to access the slides from this and all prior events on this group page.