IMI CPD For Managers 4 – December 4th 2013
IMI CPD For Managers 4:
This year’s series of four Continuous Professional Development workshops for IMI Members and Alumni will conclude on December 4th with a workshop focusing on Business Model Innovation led by Jeremy Hayes from UCC who also teaches on the IMI Diplomas in Cloud Strategy and Data Business.
“A business model describes the rationale of how an organisation creates, delivers and captures value.”
This workshop will give attendees:
• A practical perspective on business models
• Techniques to critically analyse, assess, and innovate a business model
• Business Model Design skills that can be applied in their own work environment
Date: 4th December 2013
Time: Registration from 8.00am | Workshop 8.30 – 10.00am
Venue: IMI Conference Centre, Sandyford, Dublin 16
Fee: IMI Corporate & Personal Members – Complimentary
IMI Alumni – €25 (payable in advance by credit card)
Registration: Please use the Event Registration form above to register for this event.Registration will close at 5pm on Thursday 21st November.
About IMI CPD
Aimed at mid to senior level managers, our quarterly CPD Workshops and Management Digests are designed to ensure you and your team are constantly refreshing and enhancing your management and leadership knowhow. Facilitated by IMI Faculty, our CPD Workshops focus on live Best Practice Management themes. A companion quarterly digest from the IMI Knowledge Centre, highlights the latest management thinking on the theme of the day in an accessible format and ensures you are always up to date with new ideas.
Jeremy Hayes is a lecturer and researcher in the Dept of Accounting, Finance and Information Systems in University College Cork. His research interests are in the area of Business Models, Open Innovation, Information Systems for the Smart Grid, Electronic Business and Open Source Software. His research has been published in leading international journals and conferences, including Information Systems Research, European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Database Management, Journal of Information Technology and People, the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), and working conferences of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). Jeremy is currently writing a PhD in the area of Business Models for Open Innovation.
Since 2004, Jeremy has worked as an Associate Investigator on 2 funded research projects attracting funding in excess of €400,000 from the European Union and the Irish government. The CALIBRE (Co-ordination Action for LIBRE software engineering for open development platforms for software and services) project was funded by FP6-IST and was worth €1.65m in total, with UCC receiving €200,000 for work on business models for Open Source Software. The IRCHSS-funded 03C (Open Code, Open Content and Open Commerce) business models team has recently completed a 3-year research project investigating peer-production, open innovation and value creation strategies. In 2011, he was Principal Investigator on a project entitled “Innovative Business Models for the International Energy Sector” for the International Energy Research Centre.
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