Innovation Management Workshop, by Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) at Georgia Tech

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Date: February 27, 2013
Time: 8:00 – 1:00 PM
Place: Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, John D. Stephens Education Room
6500 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, GA 30097

Improve Your Innovation Strategy to Increase Your Competitiveness!

Put in place a process to ideate, test, maintain, and sustain an innovation system.

Innovation is defined as commercializing a meaningfully unique idea that a customer will pay for. However, only 10% of companies choose to compete on innovation strategy. These same companies have a return on sales that is twice as high as those that compete primarily on low cost, quality or delivery metrics. Learn to develop new processes, services, or products that will contribute significantly to your profitability. Over the next 20 years, innovation management will be a key business growth strategy.

Hosted by Partnership Gwinnett and the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute: Georgia’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership, this workshop will enable you to:

  • Discover why Innovation Management is a “must-have” for business growth
  • Understand the types of innovation and why they are important
  • Be able to identify the warning signs that innovation is not driving your strategy
  • Learn to implement tools to create innovative ideas
  • Participate in exercises to begin your journey
  • Gain tips on implementing a sustainable innovation management system in your organization

Who Should Attend?

Key Decision Makers, CEOs, Senior Leadership, Business Development Leaders, Plant Managers and EDO Leadership.

Workshop Facilitators: Don Pital, Bob Wray, Connie Casteel

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