Monday, May 26, 2014

AT MIT in June: Technology, Organizations, and Innovation: Putting Ideas to Work

What do I call it when I get to co-teach an professional education course at MIT with people like this?

Sanford L. Weiner, a Research Affiliate at MIT’s Center for International Studies;
Johannes Fruehauf, Executive Director of LabCentral, a new shared lab facility now under construction in Kendall Square, Cambridge, Mass.;
Lee McKnight, Associate Professor in the School of Information Studies, Syracuse University; 
Tim Rowe, Founder and CEO of the Cambridge Innovation Center;
Harvey M. Sapolsky, Professor of Public Policy and Organization, Emeritus and former Director of the Security Studies Program;
Michael Schrage, research fellow with the Sloan School of Management's Center for Digital Business and a visiting fellow at Imperial College's 'Innovation and Entrepreneurship' program;
John Shook, Chairman and CEO of the Lean Enterprise Institute;
James P. Womack, co-author of the best selling The Machine That Changed The World


What do the previous attendees call it?

The heart of creating innovation within organizations.

A new way to see innovation, much more from a social point of view instead of a technical view.

 A real live learning experience with colleagues from different industries, languages, and cultures.

June 23-26.  We're still accepting a limited number of participants. Click here:
Technology, Organizations, and Innovation: Putting Ideas to Work

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