Are you into automotive design? What about green architecture or commercial art? To be successful, all three require innovation and organizational skills.
An upcoming presentation by Louis Musante will touch on how innovation is essential to accomplishing your design goals. The event is brought to you by the College for Creative Studies (CCS), as part of its Toyota Lectures on Design, and Model D. It will focus on the best and next practices that form a blueprint for innovation. Musante will review the role of organizational culture, diversity and thinking inside the box as well as the power of looking and listening to stakeholders. He will look at diversity from an organizational and regional perspective.
The presentation, "Innovation and Design: 8½ Best & Next Practices," will be held this Friday, Sept. 21, at the Wendell W. Anderson, Jr. Auditorium in the Walter B. Ford II Building at the College for Creative Studies. The talk begins at 8:30 a.m. and will run until 10 a.m. Coffee and pastry will available.
To RSVP for the event, sign up now.
Musante (pictured) is managing partner of Echo Strategies
, a think and do tank with offices in Pittsburgh and Orlando. The firm specializes in customer listening, organizational culture assessment and new product development. Musante is also a founding partner of Catalytix Group
(formerly part of the Richard Florida Creativity Group). He has helped economic development and business leadership groups design performance measurement benchmarking systems and strategic plans that focus on regional knowledge economies.
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