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Exclusive Sponsor Workshop: Collaborate, Innovate & Replicate for Business Success
Monday October 2 12:30pm to 3:00pm Location: Metropolitan Room
In uncertain times, change becomes the one thing we can count on. In this highly interactive workshop exclusively for solution providers, we’ll explore new approaches to harnessing change so that it becomes a reliable business driver.
With a mix of large and small group interaction, participants will learn to translate what they’re hearing on the ground into new ideas that resonate with colleagues, customers, prospects—and perhaps new stakeholders. We will review 18 strategies that take the mystique out of innovation and make it a doable, repeatable practice for individuals, teams, and entire organizations. Within small groups, participants will work together to apply idea creation techniques to generate and organize ideas into actionable solutions—whether for product development, process improvement, market impact, or other business challenges.
Participants will leave this workshop with new, actionable strategies for leveraging market changes into equitable opportunities for themselves, their organizations, and the markets they serve.
Review market trends and their impact on the senior living and care sectors
Explore strategies to identify and capitalize on the business opportunities that result from market change
Describe eighteen tactics to consider when seeking to innovate to solve a problem or create a new offering
Apply idea creation strategies to solve problems in new ways
CC Andrews President & Chief Industry Strategist, Quantum Age Collaborative CC is chief strategist for Quantum Age Collaborative, which specializes in positioning and branding, strategic planning, and leadership development for the senior living and aging services sector. She serves on advisory groups for several organizations, including SAGE, Environments for Aging, and St. Joseph’s College of Maine. She chairs the Advancing Excellence Communications Work Group and the American College of Health Care Administrators Awards Committee.