Planned Innovation and Company Re-Engineering: Will your company stay relevant?Posted on Apr 15, 2015 in Business Of Exporting, Exporting, News
One-Day Seminar –
Planned Innovation and Company Re-Engineering: Will your company stay relevant?
Find out why planned innovation and company re-engineering are the essential business survival skills for Hawaii companies in the 21st century.
Date: Thursday, April 23, 2015
Time: 9:00am – 3:50pm
Venue: YWCA Laniakea | Fuller Conference Room
Address: 1040 Richards St. | Across from I’olani Palace
Parking: Public Parking Lot at Alii Place Office Tower | 1099 Alakea St. | Enter Right Side of Alakea Street
Registration fee: $65 per person
Pre-pay on PayPal
No walk-up payment
Lunch: Available for purchase at the Julia Café — YWCA
- Discover what forces are impacting seemingly successful companies to suddenly lose market share and spiral down toward a corporate crash
- Learn that innovation is now a key requirement for remaining competitive in increasingly turbulent markets
- Know how to identify the “signals” that it’s time to innovate
- See how established companies of several years can innovate from within using deliberate, managed steps
- Find out what qualities a company leader needs to possess in order to drive innovation
- Discover how company re-engineering can be an effective method for reconfiguring existing company assets into new, competitive value-propositions
- Look at how innovation and company re-engineering can be built into your annual business plan
- Learn from Hawaii company executives what they are doing in the field of innovation and company re·engineering
- Engaging speakers with frontline experience and fresh perspectives, including:
- Paul Lister, Shidler College of Business, Hawaii Company Leader
- Robbie Melton, Director, Manoa Innovation Center
- Michael Tam, CEO, Martin & MacArthur
- Jamie DeFay Collins, Founder, Sirensong Wetsuits
Presented by the Hawaii Pacific Export Council.
Sponsored by State of Hawaii Department of Business Economic Development and Tourism.