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Increasing Innovation in Your Organization: How to Build a Culture of Innovation and Keep it Going
Presented By Glenn Karwoski
Why should someone attend? Who should attend?
It seems that you can’t read anything about business today without seeing the word innovation, and typically what has been written is either too simplified or too complex. Glenn Karwoski has been teaching creative process and innovation for 15 years at the University of St. Thomas and has been practicing what he teaches at the consulting agency, The Business of Ideas. His presentation, “Where are your next great ideas coming from?” details the most critical elements that an organization has to have in order to be innovative; how to maintain a culture of innovation; how to generate ideas beyond your typical brainstorm; and how to sell your ideas.
What are the three or four most important things the audience will learn from your presentation? How will they be able to apply this knowledge to their business responsibilities?
1. What are the key characteristics and elements that an organization needs to be innovative
2. How to maintain a culture of innovation
3. Generating ideas beyond the typical brainstorm
4. How to sell your ideas
For more information go to www.thebusinessofideas.com.
About Glenn Karwoski
Glenn Karwoski is the founder, senior vice president and managing director of The Business of Ideas and Karwoski & Courage Public Relations (part of Martin Williams Inc., Omnicom Group). Glenn has more than 30 years of communications experience with expertise in creative idea
generation and training, as well as marketing-based advertising and public relations programs. Karwoski has developed marketing programs for a variety of Fortune 500 companies including GlaxoSmithKline, Target Stores, Geo. A. Hormel Co., General Mills, The Toro Company, 3M, The Coleman Company, Pfizer, and Polaris Industries, Inc.
Glenn’s work in creativity and innovation includes organizational development, employee training and custom idea generation. Clients include Target Stores, Arizant Healthcare, Marvin Windows and Doors, Pfizer, Deluxe Corp., Wells Fargo and others.
Karwoski has been teaching creativity and innovation for 15 years in the Graduate School of Business and in the School of Entrepreneurship at the University of St. Thomas. His weekly blog on innovation can be found on Twin Cities Business Magazine’s website, www.tcbmag.blogs.com/innovations.
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Parking is free on the backside of the building (1025 Ashworth Road), please enter the building and proceed to the second floor. An ASTD greeter will assist you in getting to the meeting.