Thursday, July 16, 2020 @ 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
Sponsored by Executive Education
Leaders are tasked with executing their organization’s vision and mission. To do this, they need to motivate their teams, optimize their processes and implement change.
Innovation is not just about developing new products and services, it’s also about continuously improving existing processes and generating ideas to help overcome challenges and move initiatives forward.
Join us for this interactive workshop that will help you be more innovative individually and foster an innovative environment in your organization that comes up with the best ideas and continuously improves ideas that will contribute to the organization’s goals.
In this highly interactive workshop, we will:
• Discuss what innovation is, and the benefits of being an innovative organization
• Understand how to foster an innovative environment
• Review and practice techniques to generate, select, filter, and refine ideas
Who Should Attend
Mid- to upper-level project managers who are responsible for leading people and/or sizeable initiatives within their organization
Mike Markiewicz, Director of Executive Programs at the Lubar School of Business, has over 25 years of corporate experience focused on leadership development for human resources, information technology, operations, and sales functions across a variety of industries.