Five Ways to Ideate Better in your Business for 2019

IdeasUK are delighted to bring you the first of our series of Webinars for 2019, in conjunction with thier partners the Innovation Academy

Five Ways to Ideate Better in your Business for 2019

Ideation is the 3rd stage of the design thinking process, which involves generating ideas that help you and your organisation think broader when resolving customer problems and seeking new opportunities.

If you’re feeling stuck in old ways or simply looking for ways to improve, this 40-minute session will consider five methods to get you to that light bulb moment faster. From brain writing techniques to how to avoid idea killers, by the end of the session you will be able to take these tools and apply them to quickly improve your innovation process.

Date & Time
Tuesday 26th February 2019 at 10:00 - 10:45am GMT (13:00 Middle East Time)

Who should attend?
Innovation champions, marketing, communication, product or process managers - this webinar provides you with fresh insights which may be exactly what you need to refresh your innovation process.

Grant Vernon has been delivering public and in-company training for over 10 years, with excellent feedback received from delegates worldwide. He has coached some of the biggest names in the industry including Vodafone, MTN, Etisalat, Zain, and Vodacom, as well as other blue chip clients such as Arcelor Mittal, ABSA, Nedbank and Standard Bank, General Motors SA, NPC Cimpor and the South African Revenue Services. He is also a guest presenter at four South African Universities and Business Schools.

Get Involved
In addition we are looking for two organisations to share their ideation methods towards the end of the webinar – be that brainstorming or alternate ideation methods. You will have up to 5 minutes at the end of the session, so if you are keen to get involved and share your experiences, please get in touch ASAP, as would be great to share practical experiences too.

Register Now!
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