ATD Dallas January Chapter Meeting
Hosted by Ann Zoob
The Value of Innovation and How it Impacts Learning and Talent Development
Speaker: Dr. Jack Phillips, ROI Institute
January 22, 2019
Every organization wants to be innovative and most innovation comes from the employees—the talent in the organization. However, innovation doesn’t always work and is becoming less efficient as many of the innovation programs don’t deliver the value. The culprit? These programs were not designed to deliver business value.
Executives fund innovation programs such as brainstorming, suggestion systems, creativity programs, innovation labs, innovation task forces, innovation champions, and design thinking, expecting to have new products, new services, more efficiencies, and improved projects. Unfortunately, the process breaks down somewhere in program implementation.
- Identify the critical issues facing the accountability of creativity and innovation programs
- Describe the six possible types of data that can be used to track the success of using thinking
- Design programs to deliver business value
Who Should Attend:
This session is designed for individuals who are organizing and implementing innovation and creativity projects, funding these programs, supporting innovation projects, and who track, monitor, and support innovation and creativity in their organizations will find this workshop valuable. Individuals who should attend are program or project managers, executives and administrators, project team members, researchers, professors, and consultants working in the innovation areas.
About the speaker:
Chairman of ROI Institute®, Jack is a world-renowned expert on accountability, measurement, and evaluation. The ROI Institute® is the leading source of research, education, and networking for individuals and organizations interested in showing the value of their HR, learning and development, and performance improvement initiatives. The company is the only organization that certifies individuals in the application of the ROI Methodology®.
ATD Competency/Areas of Expertise
Southwest Airlines University
2432 Wyman Street
Dallas, TX. 75235
Parking: Visitor parking is extremely limited at the Southwest Airlines TOPS Center, so we are asking all Visitors to park in regular parking behind the gate. When you turn on to Wyman Street, go over the railroad tracks and continue past the Southwest Airlines TOPS Center. When you arrive at the gate, press the button to contact the Security desk and let them know you’re with ATD Dallas and they will let you in. After you park, please make your way up to the main lobby and the ATD/Southwest Airlines Staff will guide you from there.
6:30pm: Event begins
7:30pm: Closing remarks/raffle
8:00pm: Event ends
Member registration: Free!
Non-Member Guest registration: $25
*** Please have your Driver’s License or government ID ready to present for entry past security***
***All members need to be pre-registered 24 hours in advance of the event***