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Understanding innovation for the construction sector

Remain relevant and grow your businesses faster

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This article was published on 24 January 2019

When
19/02/2019-28/02/2019
Where
Auckland, Wellington, Taranaki

The construction industry is lagging behind other sectors in embracing business innovation and deployment of new technologies. We have developed a workshop that will be a critical first step to help your business thrive. To remain relevant and sustain growth businesses must master the discipline of innovation.

“Understanding innovation for the construction sector” is a practical and interactive workshop, that will help build your innovation capabilities.


Workshop agenda

• Construction industry innovation snapshot
• Technology foresights
• Technology tactics exercise
• Break
• Introduction to 10 types of innovation
• Innovation tactics exercise
• What next Q&A

You can expect to leave with a clear innovation framework you can apply directly to your business. You will also receive 1:1 support from Callaghan Innovation to help apply lessons into your business.


Workshop Dates & Locations 

Auckland 19 February 2019, 9:00am - 12:30pm, Level 6, 139 Quay Street, Auckland

Register here

Wellington 26 February 2019, 1:00pm - 4:30pm, Alan MacDiarmid Centre, 69 Gracefield Rd, Gracefield 

Register here

Taranaki 28 February 2019 1:00pm – 4:30pm, 1A Burgess Hill Road, Burgess Park, New Plymouth

Register here

 

Cost

$50 (GST Inc) per person 

 

Key presenters

Ross Pearce, Programme Manager Design
30+ years of product development and innovation management experience.


Conrad Lendrum, Advanced Materials Group Manager
20+ years as of advanced materials research experience. 


Nick Sterling, Research & Technical Service Customer Engagement
20+ years of senior management, consulting and mentoring experience.


Robert Blache, Future Insights - Advanced Manufacturing
15+ years of technology research & development and industry consulting experience.

 

Please contact Nick Sterling at 021 0388 809 if you have any questions.