(Due to high interest, we're presenting a reboot of July's event. We hope to see you there!)
Smart innovation relies upon information and collaboration to steer it in the right direction, and innovative organizations need to be great at exchanging ideas and opinions among their own departments as well as with their customers and strategic partners. Feedback loops are a straightforward way to invite, collect, and broadcast collective wisdom and put it to good use making better stuff in smarter ways.
Causeit's Principal, MJ Petroni, will be facilitating an interactive PurpleBeach Talking Heads session about the value and creation of feedback loops on November 7, 2013. We'll be exploring the creation and implementation of feedback loops in three important contexts (teams, customers and industry)—then we’ll collaborate in breakout groups for a quick challenge: how can you create a useful, cost-effective and sustainable feedback loop in under 90 days?
- 7 November, 16:00 - 17:00 UK Time
- 7 November, 08:00 - 09:00 Pacific Time
- 7 November, 11:00 - 12:00 Eastern Time
PurpleBeach is a forum which encourages diversity of thinking and promotes the topic of people innovation.
Accepting that innovation in business is underpinned by people, PurpleBeach acts as catalyst for change. The forum was founded by Annemie Ress, former Global Head of People Innovation at eBay.
MJ Petroni is a contributor to the PurpleBeach ecosystem, having both spoken and facilitated at the first large-scale PurpleBeach London experience. A cyborg anthropologist by training, he has mixed his love for both humans and technology into Causeit, Inc, a San Francisco-based people innovation firm, which he launched in 2006. At Causeit, he manages a team of ten who work on creating robust innovation ecosystems of aligned teams, engaged clients and collaborative industry events for leading global companies.
Want to join us on November 7? RSVP here