MEGA SESSION: Building a Culture of Innovation from the Bottom Up

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
Innovation is the hot buzzword in todayメs business discussions, and you need to be equipped with the tools and techniques to drive innovation in your organization.
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Success in any enterprise requires leaders with the vision to see when strategic changes are necessary, as well as the ability to drive those changes. Strategic vision at the top, however, is only the beginning in creating an innovative business environment. Two things are necessary to make innovation a way of doing business across the entire enterprise on a day to day basis: the development of innovation project leaders and an innovation process that these leaders can follow. During the presentation you will gain insight as to how you can develop the internal talent of today’s project leaders and business analysts into tomorrow’s innovation leaders with an important role in shaping business strategies which define future success.

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Monday, June 27, 2011 - 7:00am to 8:15am

Catherine T. Cassidy

Catherine T.
Cathy Cassidy is CEO of Martin Training Associates, LLC, the global leader in supporting matrix organizations develop into fully functional matrix organizations. Cathy supports key clients in facilitating and coaching leaders with designing and implementing matrix based processes and procedures at the enterprise-wide level that enables teams to deliver results without authority. Cathy has written and co-written several Quick Guide publications on topics related to the working and leading without Authority including: Leading Successful Meetings, Change Accountability and Accountability for Leaders in a Matrix and developed training programs in key organizational topics of Innovation, Matrix Management and Project Steering. Cathy speaks at industry chapter meetings on the topics on Innovation, Project Management and team development.
LVCC N245-251
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