Whether it’s a global pandemic or just cutting cost on travel, there are times when you need to work with your team to generate new ideas and possibilities while remote. Join us on March 24 at 12:00pm EST for this one hour webinar on how to use the SIT Method with a virtual team. Your hosts, Drew Boyd and Darla Wilkinson, will share practical tips and techniques on how to make a virtual ideation session a success.

Specifically, participants will learn:

How to apply the Closed World Principle and Principle of Constraints to their innovation challenge. How to select which of the five SIT techniques is best suited for their problem. How to create a cross-functional “Innovation Dream Team” for a virtual ideation session. How to run a virtual session using one of the SIT techniques. Where to find additional resources and apps to be successful in the virtual environment

Sign up now! The first 20 participants will receive a free one year subscription to the webapp: INNOVATE!

To get the most out of this session, a working knowledge of the SIT Method is preferred though not required. You can learn more here. If you do not know about the SIT Method, you’re welcome to listen in and find out if it may be of interest to you.

When: Mar 24, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Topic: How to Ideate Remotely With Your Team

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

About the Hosts:Drew Boyd is a 30-year industry veteran in marketing and innovation. He served as a marketing executive for 17 years at Johnson & Johnson, one of the most admired and innovative companies in the world. As director of Marketing Mastery at J&J, he created and led an internal marketing university that taught executives the skills of innovation, strategy and persuasion. Today, Drew trains, consults, and speaks widely in the fields of innovation, persuasion, and social media. He is an associate professor of Marketing and Innovation at the University of Cincinnati and provides training through his company, Innovation on Command. His work has been featured in numerous business publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Industry Week, Psychology Today, and Strategy Business. Drew is also the co-author of the “Inside the Box: A Proven System for Creativity and Breakthrough Results” and is the author of “So You Want to be a Professor: How to Land Your Dream Job in Academia.”

Darla Wilkinson is a skilled virtual executive assistant who works with C-suite clients in the fields of marketing, higher level education, and non-profit industries. Along with other clients, she has teamed together with Drew for the last four years. Together they have created a “dream team” approach to working virtually, living firsthand the reality that distance provides a great constraint for creativity and productivity among team members. Darla has experience in various applications, software platforms, and general strategies for promoting efficient relationships in the virtual world of work.


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