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PRACTICAL INNOVATION STRATEGIES FOR BREAKTHROUGH GROWTH

Webinar Recording of January 22, 2018 session

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What is the webinar about

Conventional wisdom says you need to think outside the box more. You need to ideate more broadly. Be unconstrained in your thinking! However, there is a significant amount of scientific evidence that indicates that inventors, entrepreneurs and innovators can achieve far more effective results, more quickly by doing just the opposite; thinking inside the box. In this webinar, we will explore Systematic Innovative Thinking (SIT) and how this methodology can focus and accelerate your innovation. To make this session one that will transform your thinking and potential business results, we are bringing in Yoni Stern, a world-renowned practitioner of SIT as our keynote speaker from Israel. Yoni will share his insights from helping companies like Disney, GE, Intel, and Procter & Gamble deliver better innovation with key thinking tools and templates.

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OUT LINE AND BENEFITS

Session outline:

  • Key elements of the Systematic Innovative Thinking

  • Practical lessons learned in working with some of the world’s most prolific innovators

  • Insights on selecting your innovation team

  • Practicality versus vision in innovation

Session benefits:

  • Be one of the first in Canada to learn about Systematic Inventive Thinking and its benefits using practical examples

  • Learn how apply "Inside The Box Thinking" to products, services and processes for enhanced results.

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Speakers

Keynote Speaker: Yoni Stern, Senior Vice President Business Development, SIT

Yoni Stern has pioneered strategic development of the Systematic Inventive Thinking (SIT) approach with multinationals to help develop an organization’s culture of innovation. As a senior consultant and facilitator of the SIT method, he has worked with large companies including Disney, GE, Johnson & Johnson, Intel, and Procter & Gamble. Yoni is a guest lecturer at business schools and is an adjunct professor at Columbia University, New York. He currently resides in Israel.