Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists

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May Brainnovation Session now open

Friday 27 April 2007

The May Brainnovation session is open for bookings. If you'd like to be invited to attend this highly focused, creative and thought provoking session please contact us. We'll send you an invite and as these sessions are strictly limited to no more than 15 people, it's 'first in - best dressed' for acceptances! You'll be guided by Marcus Barber, arguably one of Australia's most innovative futurists. The next session is open for Thursday the 24th of May - book now

The Brainnovation Sessions have been designed to bring together people from a wide sphere to think about core business issues, with a key focus - Innovation!

Participants will be taken through a series of short, sharp and structured creative processes to look for and find ways for their organisation to Innovate some part of their business.  And that is Innovate with a captial I, not the sort of stuff that some companies think innovation is about.

Each session will last between 90 minutes and 120 minutes and with just 15 people per session, inject some new thinking, fresh content and shared perspectives to jump start some great Innovation opportunities.  Feel free to ask us questions if you have any prior to coming along.

Cost to attend is $55 inc GST and includes breakfast and materials.


 


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