Upcoming Webinar - Innovation: How to Stop Talking and Start Doing

13 September 2018 | 02:00 PM British Summer Time

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About this Webinar

In this webinar, we will address the 3 key areas that you need to cover to successfully innovate. For each, we will share a tip that helps you get started tomorrow, without taking up (much) extra time:

  • Mindset: Being future-proof for a growing digital and tech-orientated world demands the right mindset. What is that mindset? Why creativity is becoming more important for innovation? And how can you create a mindset for innovation? 
  • Tools & skills: How do you start your innovation journey? What skills do you need and what tools are out there that will help you?  How can changing the language help to build an innovation culture? How can asking a different question spark innovation?
  • Environment: How do you create an environment that allows you to come ups with and implement new solutions? What barriers will you have to overcome and how do you do that? Why employees at ALL levels can be your innovation barrier?

We will also look at some inspiring examples of unexpected innovations with big impact. After attending this webinar, you will know how you can take your first small steps on your innovation journey.  

Who should attend?

Innovation champions, marketing, communication, products or process managers - this webinar provides you with fresh insights and eye openers which may be that push you needed to lift of your innovation journey.

Speaker

Rody Vonk

Innovation Consultant at Innovation Academy

Rody Vonk

Rody Vonk has been working as an innovation consultant and trainer for over fifteen years. He started his working life as a creative concept developer in advertising agencies. Over the years he moved over to developing marketing and communication concepts and strategies for various companies and projects around the world. Nowadays Rody uses his creative background in developing disruptive ideas and strategies for organizations that get stuck in their daily routine or projects. The learnings from these assignments he uses as examples and as a source of inspiration in his trainings, workshops and presentations on serious creativity and innovation.