Interested in learning about the new frontiers of innovation, strategy and practice?
On Monday the 25th May, leading global expert on innovation effectiveness, Larry Keeley, will be conducting a workshop titled ‘Finding the future first’. He’ll be teaching business owners how to create game changing breakthroughs at a fraction of the cost and risk that efforts demanded just a few years ago.
Keeley draws on his three decades of experience as a strategist, helping businesses develop highly effective innovation methods.
Keeley has also co-authored a book on the topic - The Ten Types of Innovation and the Discipline of Building Breakthroughs - that codifies much of the research and tradecraft that drives effective innovation. In it, Larry explains how the ‘Ten Types’ can be used analytically to reveal blind spots, as a lens for leaders to identify new innovation opportunities and, most importantly, as a tool that can be used immediately to accelerate and amplify existing ideas.
Bloomberg Businessweek named Keeley one of seven ‘Innovation Gurus’ that are changing the field and in 2010 he was selected as one of the 27 most influential designers in the world. Keeley is currently President and co-founder of Doblin Inc. - an innovation strategy firm known for pioneering comprehensive innovation systems that materially improve innovation success rates. Doblin is now a unit of Deloitte Consulting LLP, where Keeley serves as a Director.
This course will be run as a 4-hour forum at the ANZ Viaduct Events Centre on Monday 25th May from 8.30am-12.30pm. Tickets cost $115.
Specific topics include:
- The innovation imperative: why innovation is essential in a world of exponential change
- Innovation fundamentals: how to innovate much more reliably
- Innovation tradecraft: what tools and methods help you build a smaller number of bigger ideas
- Lightweight innovation: how to de-risk even the boldest innovations to enable them to happen faster and cheaper than ever
So save the date and email us here if you'd like to know more.