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Innovating at high-velocity

jc-events.jpgA recent client asked for some background on some of the events I’ve been doing through the last year.

I put together an Acrobat file that features some of the brochures for a few of the major conferences I’ve headlined: the Association of Organ Procurement Organizations; the World Congress on Quality; the National Home Furnishings Association; the National Association of College Stores; and a few others.

The theme of linking innovation to the high-velocity change that surrounds you is a common one in all of these keynotes; people are realizing that as everything around them changes — business models, competition, customers, markets — they need to continuously innovate simply in order to keep up, if not to get ahead.

It’s a big file — 4mb — but grab it if you want it.

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