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Collaborative innovation starts with inquiry. What question, were we to pursue it together, might lead to authentic breakthroughs for the organization? Inquiry in turn drives the empathetic, outcomes-driven practices that inform our change initiatives, including agile, customer journey mapping, design thinking, and lean. In this webinar, Doug will facilitate a conversation around how organizations might foment a culture of inquiry as a foundation on which to pursue these practices.

1/31/2018
When: January 31, 2018
4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Eastern US
Where: Link will be provided to attendees
United States
Contact: Kirsten Trusko
+1.415.860.7025


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A Culture of Inquiry Drives Cultures of Innovation


Collaborative innovation starts with inquiry. What question, were we to pursue it together, might lead to authentic breakthroughs for the organization?

Inquiry in turn drives the empathetic, outcomes-driven practices that inform our change initiatives, including agile, customer journey mapping, design thinking, and lean.

In this webinar, Doug will facilitate a conversation around how organizations might foment a culture of inquiry as a foundation on which to pursue these practices. The group will also explore the mechanics of question formation, a seemingly straightforward topic with which many organizations struggle. 


Doug Collins serves as an innovation architect. He helps organizations such as The Estee Lauder Companies, Intel Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, The Procter & Gamble Company, and Reed Elsevier navigate the fuzzy front end of innovation, guiding them in the development of their innovation management systems.

Doug works as senior practice leader and Chief Solutions Architect at social innovation company Spigit, Inc. He focuses on helping clients realize their potential for leadership by pursuing and perfecting their practice of collaborative innovation.

Doug’s latest book in the series, Great Question!, provides practical guidance to business leaders on forming and posing the questions that lead to meaningful innovation. Great Question! releases in September 2016 on Amazon.

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