Converting Innovation into Action - webinar series

Converting Innovation into Action - webinar series

Following the success of our Workforce Innovation in Uncertainty Webinar series, we invite our industry partners to join our next workshop series.

Converting Innovation into Action

We are providing a limited opportunity for our industry partners to get a taster experience of what it means for you to bring RMIT Activator inside. This will help you dive deeper into innovation best practices working with some of the leading techniques available.  

Bring your ideas and challenges into this four-part workshop series that helps your organisation move from discussion into action with key innovation tools. 

We have 30 complimentary spots available to attendees of the webinar series.

Topics Covered and Workshop Dates

1. Explore (Wednesday, 13th May, 12.30pm AEST)
    Explore the problem to generate deep user and stakeholder insights and frame the addressable innovation challenge 

2. Experiment A (Wednesday, 20th May, 12.30pm AEST)
    Create and generate novel ideas to move towards possible solutions  

3. Experiment B (Wednesday, 27th May, 12.30pm AEST)
    Filter and evaluate ideas to find that “innovation sweet spot”  

4. Execute (Wednesday, 3rd June, 12.30pm AEST)
    Design lean business models that support a lean solution to implement    

Each session will run for approximately 60 minutes, and will include:  

  • 10 minute Q&A with experts  
  • 10 minute setting the scene  
  • 30 minutes applied innovation using tools and breakouts (with some discussion and a link to online tools resources curated just for you)  

RMIT Activator values your time and wants to ensure that the experience is optimal and impactful for all. We’re adapting to these new ways of working and are seeking partners who want to address real-world problems using innovation-led and entrepreneurial methods.

 

Thank you for your interest.  

Sincerely, 
Matt Salier
Director, RMIT Activator 

If you’re interested, send us an email and we’ll follow-up with further details. 

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Workforce innovation in times of uncertainty

For more information on the Workforce Innovation in Uncertainty Webinar series, read the below article.

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