Applied Innovative Practice 101

How do we move from talking Innovation, to doing Innovation?

Organisations are attempting to do more with less in a sustainable way, while still needing to improve service delivery and profit. A difficult task, even at the best of times.

The thinking that worked well enough in the past to achieve this is no longer sufficient to ensure long-term survival and relevance into the future. We can either tread water and reduce service delivery or, we can think differently and design new value-adding ways forward.

“Practical Innovation” has been compiled to add this value.

We struggle to break free from day to day habits and procedures that can inhibit us. Yet, we all intuitively understand that to deliver the quality services that are demanded, we need to innovate and evolve at an increasing rate. We can’t achieve this by doing the same things year in, year out.

Practical Innovation will provide participants with a range of methods to help address current organisational needs, improve business efficiency and help identify new and emergent opportunities.

The methods are elegant in design, yet simple and practical in their application.

Participants will learn and practice a range of practical frameworks, tools and techniques that will enable them to think and design actions in a more focused, strategic and creative manner.

This training is ideal for leaders seeking new ways to address challenges and set new direction, for those charged with facilitating others in effecting change inside their organisation and for anyone who simply wants to discover ways of thinking and acting with impact.

When: Friday Nov 22, 8:30am – 4:00pm

Where: The Airlie Leadership Development Centre, 260 Domain Rd, Sth Yarra

Value: $495/person with Early Bird and Group Discounts available

Registration: CLICK HERE

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About the Author

Frank Connolly is the Principal of “Think Quick”, a business that adds value through thinking differently. His work history covers all sectors and includes initiatives that have yielded bottom line benefit in the 10’s of millions of dollars.

Frank has worked across Australia, South East Asia, China, the Middle East and Africa where he has trained and facilitated multiple thinking methods and been acknowledged by Edward de Bono as one of the foremost practitioners of the de Bono thinking methods worldwide.

Frank believes strongly that if we can improve the way we think, the actions that follow also improve.

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