Applied Innovation: Innovation Webinar
January 28, 2014
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
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IIA and University of Detroit Mercy Welcome you to the Innovator's Webinar. Today, your organization’s growth and future success is dependent upon its ability to innovate and adapt to changing market trends and competitive innovations. But innovation does not solely come from one individual guiding the organization. Innovation comes from individual employees that develop innovative and clever solutions to engineering, manufacturing and customer problems each day in the workplace. Does the day-to-day machinery that delivers your product to market encourage innovation or stifle innovation? And do your employees have ideation tools that encourage innovation and team support for developing these ideas into working solutions and customer products? Innovation in Action combined under the guidance of University of Detroit Mercy offers a series of tools and a structured process to untap the innovative elements of your organization and its employees. Join our experts to take the first step and identify and learn specific “ideation tools” that can give your organization the ability to maximize its long-term growth potential by adopting these innovation tools and processes.
Join our experts to take the first step and identify and learn specific “ideation tools” that can give your organization the ability to maximize its long-term growth potential by adopting these innovation tools and processes.
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"Professors Weaver and Kleinke are widely recognized leaders in teaching innovative problem solving. The techniques are not discipline specific. Anyone who is interested innovative thinking should be interested in this webinar. Apart from teaching these in UDM classes they have offered extended workshops on this topic to numerous groups in industry and have been extremely well received. Many have implemented these techniques with great success. "
Professor of Mechanical Engineering &
Associate Dean for Research and Outreach
College of Engineering and Science
University of Detroit Mercy