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IMI Masterclass 2: Innovative Decision Making

An organisation can be filled with the best people available, and still, fail to innovate and grow. Why? Because its structure and culture go a long way in determining success or failure. Companies need to design their decision-making systems to create and maintain high participant motivation.

Dr Beth Altringer, Head of Desirability Lab & Lecturer on Innovation & Design at Harvard University will deliver an IMI Masterclass on the 16 May on her leading insights on navigating innovation and change. Beth’s Doctorate included a global study of 300 Fortune 500 companies (Private & Public Sector), exploring what differentiates more and less successful innovation projects.​

During the session, Beth will showcase the models adopted by successful organisations to embed business agility and strong innovation cultures. She’ll explore a number of specific approaches such as Designing for Desirability, Thinking Fast and Slow about Product and Service Design and Improving Decision-Making Cultures.​

Date: 16 May 2019

Time: Registration: 8.00am – 9.00am | Masterclass: 9.00am – 12.30pm

Venue: IMI Conference Centre

Who this is for: C-Level and Senior Executives / Talent Development Executives / Human Resources, Learning and Development, and Organisational Development Executives

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