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Leading Innovation: 7 Laws

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This article was published on 17 February 2017

Full-day practical workshops with innovation master Phil McKinney

Good innovation will increase business growth, create new revenue streams and increase profits. But it’s not easy to get right. So what does it take to successfully lead innovation within a business?

Learn the 'Seven Immutable Laws of Leading Innovation' from Phil McKinney at a full day workshop focused on practical advice. Phil is an award-winning innovator of technologies and products used by hundreds of millions of consumers and businesses worldwide.

If your business has the vision to be brilliant at innovation, then attendance is a must.

All attendees will receive a copy of Phil McKinney's book 'Beyond The Obvious' – where he shares how he used innovation and creativity to achieve personal and professional success.

About Phil

Phil McKinney retired from HP in 2011 after 10 years as the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for HP’s USD40B Personal Systems Group, where he was responsible for the R&D and technology strategy for all PCs, laptops, handhelds, mobile phones, personal storage, displays, workstations and calculators. He also founded and oversaw HP's Innovation Program Office.

Since his retirement Phil has focussed on his award-winning blog, podcast “Killer Innovations”, written his first book and is CEO of CableLabs, a non-profit R&D lab funded by the global cable industry.

All of the profits from his book and radio show are donated to autism research.

Register now for Leading Innovation: 7 Laws

When
4 or 5 April 2017.
The same workshop will be run on both days, choose the day that best suits your schedule.

Registrations from 8.30am. Workshop runs from 9am-5pm.

Where
MOTAT Ideas Collective, 805 Great North Rd, Western Springs, Auckland (Map)

Price
$300 inc. GST
All attendees will also receive a copy of Phil McKinney's book 'Beyond the Obvious'.

Note: Our free tickets to these events have now all been allocated.