by tearing down the obstacles to creative innovation…
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 – 7:30-9:30 AM, Bryant University, Bello Center, 1150 Douglas Pike, Smithfield, RI
Early Bird Price: $45, also special tickets for RI CPA CPE credit, RI Attorney CLE credits, and reduced fee tickets for students
In asking leaders and business owners about “Unlocking Creativity” within their organizations, you would find little disagreement that it is essential to creating real business value within any organization. During this session you will learn about effective methods and real-world examples of how the most successful organizations create cultures of innovation and experimentation.
Leaders do not have to conceive innovative ideas, but rather open the path for curious and creative employees within their organization. Unlocking Creativity: How to Solve Any Problem and Make the Best Decisions aids organizations in removing obstacles to the creative process and helps to form an atmosphere of imagination and innovation.
Best-selling author and scholar Michael Roberto will engage the Forum audience in an interactive investigation of organizational obstacles to creative thought. His recent field work outlined in, “Unlocking Creativity” examines how to break barriers to spark creativity and foster new ideas. This insightful and informative work allows business executives, senior managers, and organizational leaders to:
- Recognize the six organizational mindsets that impede creativity and innovation
- Learn how to tear down the barriers that obstruct the creative process
- Create an environment that allows talented people to thrive
- Encourage creative collaboration in teams throughout an organization
Our featured speaker is Dr. Michael A. Roberto, Trustee Professor of Management and Director of the Center for Program Innovation at Bryant University…
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