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Creating a Culture that Drives Innovation

Date: 1st November 2017
Location: The Workplace, 4th Floor Churchgate House, 56 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 6EU
Time: 8:00am - 12:30pm
Theme: Innovation, People, Skills & Talent

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This masterclass promises to be a participative and interactive session working with Business Growth Hub and IDG who will be drawing on their unique innovation and leadership techniques with two key objectives in mind:

  • To enable attendees to understand the role of culture within the innovation process and
  • To increase appreciation of the culture and leadership styles within your own organisation

These techniques will help your business understand the role that culture plays in encouraging and driving innovation within your organisation and will help you to create an environment that stimulates and nurtures creativity and innovation.

If you're looking to create a culture that drives innovation within your business then this is the masterclass for you!

Delivered in half day sessions by industry experts, our masterclass series provides you with the necessary tools to grow your business and unlock new and better products and services, making it difficult for your competitors to match.

Look out for more in the series during 2017, covering subjects such as:

  • How to use innovation to beat the competition
  • Identifying and maximising your Intellectual Property
  • How to gain more through tax incentives
  • Supercharging your products and services

Places are limited and priority will be given to those businesses eligible for European Regional Development Fund support.




08.00 Arrival and registration
08.30 Welcome and Introductions
08.45 Hopes and Fears
09.00 Benefits, barriers and drivers of innovations
09.45 What creates and dictates culture
10.30 Coffee Break
10.45 How to find your purpose
11.30 How to build an innovative culture
12.15 Close and Review

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