WORKSHOP in SYDNEY - 12 March 2013
ResMed, 1 Elizabeth Macarthur Drive, Bella Vista
9.00am - 5.00pm
Innovation, New Products and Portfolio Management Masterclass
In an action packed day come and participate in a series of sessions covering:
- Tools and techniques utilised in continuous improvement, lean processing and value stream mapping
- Portfolio Management techniques to ensure that you assign the appropriate level of resources and skills to projects and how to value R&D ahead of it being commercialised
- Tools and techniques used in commercialisation of products and services that significantly reduce time taken and hence ability to quickly capitalise on marketplace opportunities
Each segment will begin with a brief case study as to where members have been successful and the lessons that they have learnt in the doing. There will then be time for discussion and future direction should members want to pursue these topics in more detail.
CASE STUDIES from
Brian Movrin, ResMed : Engage in ResMed's positive engagement and recognition process
George Mokdsi, Griffith Hack : Using AmberScope to explore the technology landscape
Jordan Louviere, UTS Centre for the Study of Choice (CenSoC), UTS Business : Estimating market demand for products/services that don’t yet exist (information acceleration, virtual and low fidelity prototypes, and choice experiments)
Ashraf Abdelmoteleb, Smart Water Fund : The Advantage of Portfolio Thinking In Maximising Value from Research and Development
Peter Risk, The Dulux Group : Using Breakthrough Teams to deliver Projects
Darrell Mann, Systematic Innovation (UK) : Innovation & The Resilient Organisation: Coordinating the Voices of the Customer, Solution and Enterprise
Roger Leigh, Cochlear Ltd - Details to come
Featuring leading commercialisation practitioners amongst our members, the panel will discuss how they overcome the various challenges that they face in commercialising their company’s offering and answer queries from the workshop participants with regards to the challenges that they are facing.
A Feature of the day will also be a presentation on:
The Secrets of Habitual Innovators
Facilitated by Fran Corrigan
Ever wondered why some of the most unassuming people become the most successful entrepreneurs? What is it about them that has led to world-renowned innovations? They’ve learnt the secret to innovating - understanding the cues and rewards that drive productive innovation habits. In this session, you will have the opportunity to explore some of your own habits that are potentially getting in your way of successful innovating. You’ll then discover the surprising secret to changing innovation habits - it’s easier when you know how.
About Fran Corrigan
In her role as Director and Principal Consultant of Ignite Performance, Fran partners with Senior Executives of large Australian companies, driving business performance through people development. Awarded National Learning Practitioner of the Year in 2010, Fran’s approach to learning creates a genuine difference in people’s thinking, behaviour and productivity. Having facilitated literally hundreds of management, leadership and culture change workshops over twenty years, Fran has developed a unique style that is both engaging and entertaining, challenging participants to take risks in a safe learning environment. Fran has completed assignments in Australia and overseas for industry and Government clients.
A special thank you to ResMed for kindly hosting this day.
Above correct at the time of publishing
One Sydney Workshop only can be attended by each Conference Delegate (Workshop at either Cochlear on 12 March; ResMed on 12 March or IRP Workshop on 15 March)