A creativity event on participative innovation by KHLim
An interactive two-day learning experience filled with workshops, lectures and master classes.
More than ever, we're confronted with uncertainity. The fast-moving society and economy forces us as companies, organisations and companies to find solutions on new problems. KHLim is organising an international conference about participative innovation (Pi).
During this conference over the span of two days we want to provide case studies, inspiring workshops and keynotes which will aid you to fight the challenges of today and tomorrow. Both for companies, institutions and in the field of education.
How GE manages innovation. Director of Global Customer Education Programs from General Electric.
Meeting the innovation challenge. Scott is CEO of The Creative Problem Solving Group.
Entrepreneurship and innovation. Jarvis will focus on education and innovation.
Stimulating creativity in schools. Treffinger is an international researcher, professor and writer.
The Delft innovation method. Buijs is a professor on topic of industrial design engineering.
The Innovation Leadership forum and the role of network in innovation.
Prototyping your organisation to innovate. Jo Martens is CEO of Nascom, a service design firm located in Genk.
The full spectrum of innovation: different problem solving styles. He's a lector (KHLim) and consultant (o2c2).
Entrepreneurship and innovation. Rob helps companies getting more comfortable with taking risks.
The need for renewal, co-creativity and innovation, and the role of education in enabling this.
See all available workshops here (PDF, 1mb).
For the first time in Europe the authors Donald Treffinger and Scott Isaksen will be present together at the PI Conference. As a result there will be opportunities to be trained in the use of assessemnts of individual style and organisational climate!
Participants at the conference have the opportunity to get trained in the use and become certified users of scientifically researched assessments at special discount prices!
|8.00||Reception & Coffee|
|9.10||Introduction City Of Genk
Wim Dries, Mayor
|9.20||KHLim: Higher Education & Innovation|
|9.25||Introduction by James Powell|
|9.30||Meeting the innovation challenge
Scott Isaksen, CEO, CPSB, USA
|10.15||How GE manages innovation
Bob Cancelosi, Director Global Customer Education Programs, General Electric, USA
|11.30||Challenges at the innovation front
Dr. Bettina von Stamm
|16.15||Stimulating creativity in schools
Donald Treffinger, Center for Creative Learning, USA
|18.00||End day 1|
|8.00||Registration & Coffee|
|9.05||The Delft innovation method
Jan Buijs, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands & USA
|13.15||Drawing the sting: leadership learning and sustaining a climate for innovation
Carol Jarvis/Rob Sheffield, UK
|14.00||The full spectrum of innovation: different problem-solving styles
Luc De Schryver, BE
|15.10||Prototyping your organisation to innovate
Jo Martens, BE
|15.50||The need for renewal, co-creativity and innovation, and the role of education in enabling this
|17.00||End day 2|
The registration fee is €390 for both days or €195 for 1 day. This includes a 2-day conference with international keynote speakers, your personal profile of your problem solving style, catering and the copy of the following books: "Meeting the Innovation Challenge" by keynote speaker Scott Isaksen and "Educating for Creativity and Innovation" by keynote speaker Donald Treffinger.