Adelaide event: Unlocking innovation through creativity. 7 August 2017.

 

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UNLOCKING INNOVATION THROUGH CREATIVITY

Demystifying how to develop creativity in your business

Introduction + Workshop

Presented by Rick Carter, Ron Corso and Ross Bateup, this ​initial 2 hour introduction and workshop event will cover the challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the management tools, technologies and techniques needed to negotiate it.

The results from the RMIT Activator survey Disruption – Ignore or Embrace? shows that 73 per cent of businesses recognise they are operating in a disruptive environment, but one-third of those are choosing to ignore the trend, and only 30 per cent are exploring options of how to adapt.

Successful Organisations have always been in a state of continuous change, but now the rate of Digital Disruption is changing the very nature of the way we work.  

Now a Fourth Industrial Revolution is building on the Third, the digital revolution that has been occurring since the middle of the last century. It is characterised by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres.

More than ever, flexibility and innovation in thinking must be at the core of an organisation’s DNA.

Adapting to change by applying Creative Thinking techniques will provide an opportunity for your business or profession to achieve a robust competitive edge.

We believe that everyone has creative potential that can be realised. The Overview and subsequent Day Long workshop will show you how this can be achieved and applied to any business model or proposition.

​The presenters will use your own specific selected business issues, concerns and opportunities and take them “way beyond” the usual brainstorming approach and introduce you to a range of techniques that can be applied to develop future business ideas, strategies and direction.  

The presenters:

Rick Carter, Innovation & Enterprise Lecturer at the Carnegie Mellon University in Adelaide. Entrepreneurship mentor at the University of Adelaide’s THINCLAB and the Flinders University’s NEW VENTURES INSTITUTE

Ron Corso, Senior Administrator and Educator in Visual Communication and Creative Thinking at the University of South Australia

Ross Bateup, Architect-urban designer and Political Cartoonist (inc News Corp and the New York Times)

Where: Rob Roy Hotel, Halifax St Adelaide

When: Monday, 7 August 2017, 5.00pm till 7.00 pm

Further details: PLACES ARE LIMITED TO 30.  ​

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