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Thinking Innovation: It’s Your Calling
Do you innovate? Have your listened to the calling to innovate? We create innovations to satisfy one or more customers Jobs to be Done. “Customers hire our innovations to satisfy a job and when they don’t the customer fire our innovation.” – Clayton Christensen, The Innovators Dilemma In this workshop we will explore how you can contribute to the innovation streams as a coach, Product Owner, Scrum Master, and product development team. The topics includes Jobs to be Done (JTBD) theory, innovation streams, digital transformation, and six thinking lens. We will play in an interactive workshop that will dive into Lucid and mutual dreams, empathy maps, and see how the six thinking lens inform our innovation decisions. About Dr. Dave Cornelius Dr. Dave Cornelius is a lean thinking and agile practice catalyst. He has been in the innovation space for over 20 years applying technology, traditional, lean, and agile delivery methods to satisfy the customer’s Jobs to be Done. Dr. Cornelius is the founder of the 5 Saturdays (5Saturdays.org) agile education outreach program that enables high school students to experience technology and business careers through interactive summer workshops. Dave is the author of the book Elastic Minds: What are you Think?, which is available on Amaon.com. He produces a podcast “KnolShare with Dr. Dave” that is hosted on GrokShare.com and streamed on iTunes and Google Play. Dave holds a doctor of management in organization leadership (IS/IT emphasis), a master’s degree in business administration, and a bachelor’s degree in computer science. His professional certifications include agility practices (SPC4, PMI-ACP, CSP), public speaking (Toastmasters DTM), product management (PMC II), project management (PMP), IT service management (ITIL), and lean six-sigma process optimization (SSBB). Learn more about Dave by visiting Dave-Cornelius.com or on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/in/daveauck/ . You also can follow Dave on Twitter @DrCorneliusInfo.

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