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Fall Innovation Series Session 1: Innovating Through Chaos
December 6 @ 12:01 pm
A series of virtual workshops to encourage a culture innovation and increase your problem-solving capabilities.
The Society of Innovators at Purdue Northwest presents a new professional development program for innovators.
This series of virtual workshops is for both entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs. Whether you are growing your own company or you have been tasked to innovate within an existing organization, critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills are essential for every stage of business.
People who attend all six sessions will receive a Certificate of Completion and innovation resource guide covering each topic from the series.
Each 60-minute session will be led by the Society of Innovators team and is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. CST.
Sessions are free for all PNW students, faculty and staff. Please use promo code PNW when registering on Eventbrite.
Innovating Through Chaos
Traditionally, we’ve been taught to think and act analytically and in a well-ordered fashion. But the truth is that if you want experimentation and innovation to really take hold inside our companies and communities, a certain amount of chaos is essential. There is no doubt that 2020 has been a year of mass disruption and devastation, but one silver lining during this pandemic is the rebirth of creativity and the chance to harness it for business.
On September 10, you will learn about companies that thrived in previous periods of crisis, why times of chaos are opportunities to change the rules and how to equip your team to succeed with innovation.
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