- 09:30 - 14:30
- Professor Krso Pandza, Leeds University Business School and Tony Morgan, IBM
- The RSA, 8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ
Professor Krsto Pandza
Strategy and Innovation
Leeds University Business School
Executive Architect and Innovation Leader
'Participative Innovation Workshop: Making Innovation Work For You'
Leeds University Business School invite you to take part in an Innovation Workshop in London as part of the Ideas in Practice seminar series.
The workshop will be led by Krsto Pandza, Professor in Strategy and Innovation and Tony Morgan, IBM Executive Architect and Innovation Leader. This free workshop is targeted at CEO’s, executives and managers in ‘innovation aware’ companies and public sector organisations.
Managing and delivering innovation is a challenge for all organisations, not just for 'high tech' companies. It is as much about people and collaboration as about technology. This workshop will help you plan for and deliver innovation and be better equipped to respond to competitor disruptive innovations.
9.30am: Registration and refreshments
10.00am: Introduction - 'Why Innovation Matters'
10.45am: Workshop 1 - Disruptive innovation exercise and discussion
12.00pm: Networking lunch
12.45pm: Making innovation work for your organisation
1.15pm: Workshop 2 - How innovative is your organisation?
2.00pm: Refreshments and networking
For further details please contact the Research Office - email@example.com
The event is targeted at CEO’s, executives and managers with an interest in innovation management and strategy in companies and public sector organisations that are ‘innovation aware’. It is not necessary to be an R&D specialist or an Innovation Manager.
Participant numbers are limited as this is a highly interactive and engaged workshop so please book early.
About the speakerKrsto Pandza is an engineer by background and moved from industry to higher education in 2006. His research links strategic management, technology and innovation management, manufacturing and R&D.
Tony Morgan has held a number of innovation leadership roles in IBM and has a passion for driving collaborative innovation. His most recent role focused on driving pro-active innovation activities with IBM's IT services clients across Europe. Currently, he is taking a sabbatical break with Leeds University Business School.