Date & Time:
February 9, 2012 | Online Forum
Innovation is necessary to succeed. But in today’s marketplace, change is rapid, to say the least. How do you keep up with the ever evolving landscape? Better yet, how do you move beyond “keeping up” to being in front of trends?
This virtual forum will give you an opportunity to learn from leading business experts on how to help your team embrace the business changes and drive innovation in your organization:
» How to look to the future while you are still working to manage the present
» How to inspire passion to change the status quo among your team
» Guidelines for evolving staff and organizational processes
Registration is free and AMA members will receive exclusive access to conference speakers and give-a-ways!
Featured Speakers and Sessions:
Opening Keynote Session – Running the Gauntlet
Jeffrey Hayzlett’s Running the Gauntlet is a rough-and-tumble guide for running and driving organizational change. The session divides into three parts that parallel the three parts of change that every business leader must face: Getting Ready, Getting Going and Creating and Sustaining Momentum.
Youth Marketing: How can Marketers Engage Youth in the Post-Advertising Era?
During this session, Graham Brown will explain the three I’s necessary to engage your next generation of customers – the youth market.
Taking the NO Out of InNOvation
There are many reasons innovative business ideas are not generated and successfully implemented in businesses. Sometimes it is because there is NO orientation or mandate to innovate. In other cases, there are perceived to be NO capabilities in place or NO processes to cultivate innovation. No matter what the reason, inability to solve problems and capture opportunities in new ways can hold back any business. And that has never been more true than now when failing to adopt an innovative approach can lead to long-term challenges. In this webinar session, we’ll cover:
Bestselling Author, Global Business Celebrity & Sometime Cowboy
Author, Director and Co-Founder mobileYouth
The Brainzooming Group
Registration for all AMA and SVAMA members is free.