Thursday 15 November 2012, 10:00 - 21:00
Cumberland Hotel, London W1
The theme of this event is “Innovation”, a subject area identified as critical to ongoing professional development in recent research findings from the OUBS alumni. As a result we have developed a masterclass combining industry-leader and academic perspectives that will explore how innovation can be fostered at all levels within an organisation.
A separate but complementary evening event will be hosted by the Dean of the Business School, Professor Rebecca Taylor with guest speakers Evan Davis and Ken Keir, Executive VP, Honda Motor Europe.
Associate Director of Mace, Open University MBA
Executive Vice President of Honda Motor Europe
Visiting Professor and presenter of The Bottom Line
Chief Technology Officer for SAP UK & Ireland
UK Practice Leader, Kates Kesler Organisation Consulting
Entrepreneur and Founder & Managing Partner of True Potential
Central Eastern Europe Cloud Lead, Microsoft
Dean of the OU Business School
Professor of Innovation Dynamics at the OU Business School
Reader in Social Enterprise at the OU Business School
In challenging economic times, innovation is in demand; every organisation needs ‘it’ at a strategic, operational and product level, but how do you attain it?
This CPD masterclass illustrates the elusive mix of people, culture, process and technical elements that combine to deliver success through innovation and will provide techniques and case studies that can be applied to your own context during the action learning sets.
Win Dhat - Organisation Design and Change Consultant, KatesKesler
David Harrison - Entrepreneur and Managing Partner, True Potential
Dr Leslie Budd - Reader in Social Enterprise, OUBS
The inaugural Business Perspectives event is now fully booked!
You may also be interested to know that we will be holding a webinar, on Tuesday 4 December for OUBS students and alumni, with edited highlights from the event. We will be promoting this event in the coming weeks and further details of how to register will be available here.
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