Implementing an Innovation Management System
Buenos Aires, September 6
Creativity Driven Innovation
Montevideo, September 4
Buenos Aires, September 6
Getting ready for Digital Innovation and for Industry 4.0
Buenos Aires, September 8
Welcome by Quara Group's Executive Director and Opening by Jorge Aguado, National Secretary of Planning and Policies in Science, Technology and Productive Innovation.
How do large corporations maintain focus on operational efficiency and, in turn, release all the creative richness that their staff possesses. We will have the opportunity to compare the visions and experiences of the Asian, European and Latin American corporations provided by an international panel of recognized knowledge in the subject.
Managing innovation in a successful manner requires a sustained commitment and the use of a good evaluation tool to detect weaknesses and develop action plans to improve performance. Eva will present us with a successful and proven evaluation method that can be of great help to organizations of all kinds.
Catering and Networking
The State, whether through the implementation of public policies for development and facilitation or through the technological support of its scientific bodies, plays a critical role in the articulation of both private and public-private innovation projects. We will know what options we have at a national level and the experience of the Basque Country in the matter.
One of the things that people usually ask is "how do I create a culture of innovation". In reality, what we should ask ourselves is how we can make creativity and operational efficiency coexist. Peter will give us some clues on how to do it.
Thinking about normalization and innovation would seem counterintuitive, we think of opposites, which are not touched. To our surprise we can learn that from normalization organizations can obtain an accessible and validated assistance to make innovation one of the pillars of its sustainability.
Creativity is a precondition for innovation and a key factor in all stages of the process that transforms an idea into value. There is a broad consensus that creativity is important but how can we structure our creative efforts and invest in a creative approach that creates greater value. Markus will present his experience in this important field indicating the possible alternatives to follow.
Simple and flexible organizational structures, faster decision making and a high level of internal communication make it easier for SMEs to generate an environment where innovation is enhanced. Let us listen to those who have been recognized for their results to learn WHAT we should do and WHAT we should avoid.
A state-of-the-art auditorium with a capacity for 500 attendants, within the Scientific and Technological Pole, an emblem of the innovative ecosystem of Argentina.
Located in Palermo, in the heart of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, participants will have the best accessibility, communication, security and comfort to enjoy and take advantage of this unique international event.
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