Hey Nonprofits, You Better Innovate or Die!
Welcome to the new normal: Soft global economics and increased needs. Demand has never outpaced supply on such a scale in the nonprofit community. It is time for a renaissance fueled by a culture of innovation driven by nonprofit leadership. Innovation in Technology shall become the new culture, mantra, and driving force in the coming decades.
So where do you begin?
Join us for a panel conversation with leading innovation advocates and nonprofit leaders who will share technical details on building a culture of innovation, and reaping the rewards. Hear case examples of how to find innovative ideas, develop them, and maximize the value of every employee … before it is too late!
- What is the intrinsic value of moving to a culture of innovation? Overall why is this better than the management system we have in place now - since we are using LEAN, or TPS.
- How are you able to pin an ROI to innovation efforts? How do you justify the expense on something as intangible as 'innovation'?
- Is there a defined methodology to creating an innovation development program within an exiting organization? Literally is there a right and wrong way to do innovation?
- How important is it to garner executive support for an innovation effort? And if it is critically important how do I even begin to gather that support from my executive officers?
- Where do I even begin? What are the first, second, and third steps in initiating the transformation to a culture of innovation? How long will it take to get there? When will I see tangible success?
- David J. Neff, CEO, Lights Camera Help
- Randal Moss, Digital Marketing Manager, ACCO
- Shane Guiter, Director of Development, KLRU-TV, Austin PBS
- Wendy Harman, Director, Social Strategy, American Red Cross
Randal Moss, Digital Marketing Manager, ACCO
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