“We’re here to put a dent in the universe. Otherwise why else even be here?” – Steve Jobs
Bite-sized Learning: Cross-industry innovation to unlock new ideas
From Brighton Chamber of Commerce & always possible
Running dry of ideas? Not sure how to get your business noticed?
It’s easy to obsessively study your competitors for things to copy, avoid or improve upon. But what if you looked for inspiration in far more unlikely places?
Your next groundbreaking idea is closer at hand than you imagine. You just need to know where to look.
Innovative ideas are the result of venturing into unknown territory and being relentless in the pursuit of making it work regardless of risk. Limitation is creativity’s worst enemy.
Limit where you look for inspiration, and you find yourself falling short of greatness every time. Did you know the Apple Genius Bar was inspired by a hotel concierge? And that the first sushi conveyor belt was inspired by the baggage carousel system in airports?
We’ll explore what your business could learn from the arts, education, healthcare or an entirely different industry – from customer service to the presentation of ideas, and product development to staff wellbeing.
In this Bite-sized session you will discover:
- How the most successful businesses have “learned” from other industries – and how you can, too.
- How to break free from the confines of your industry and discover a new perspective.
- The steps you can take to explore old processes in a new way to keep your business at the top of its game.
Sussex County Cricket Ground
Wednesday 5 December
This session is ideal for SME business owners or anyone in a leadership role.
Richard Freeman is CEO of always possible, a strategic development consultancy who help individuals, organisations and networks build systemic thinking (where you fit in the bigger picture), through entrepreneurial action (how you get stuff done). The always possible mission is to power brilliant decision-making in business, culture and education.BOOK TICKETS
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