Creative Innovation 2011

September 14, 2011

A two-day conference addressing the opportunities and challenges of doing business and governing in a super-connected digital world.

The Creative Innovation conference taking place in Melbourne this November will focus on the challenges and opportunities of a super-connected world.

The conference brings together 40 international speakers for a community-wide, cross-sector event that will address change, and the role of innovation and creativity in the future.

The event is designed to bring about a manifesto for change in ourselves, our organisations, our communities and our world. The theme will be addressed at the personal, organisational and global level across the major sectors of business, industry, community and government.

The one-way presentation style of typical conferences will be replaced with interactive sessions between the presenter and the audience. The two-day conference will feature ‘Deep Conversations’ around important and challenging issues, and a series of ‘Master Classes’ with leading facilitators giving delegates new strategies and inspiration to take away into their work and lives.

Speakers include one of the USA’s top ten entrepreneurs, Raymond Kurzweil, legendary creative thinker Edward de Bono, British education technology guru Stephen Heppellalong and IDEO Partner and Professor in Design Thinking from Stanford’s d. School Brendan Boyle along with numerous other key business, leadership, technology, innovation and education experts.

*Where* Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, Melbourne VIC 3000
*When* 16-18 November 2011
*Early Bird registration closes* midnight Friday 16 September

For more information visit ["www.creativeinnovationglobal.com.au":http://www.creativeinnovationglobal.com.au/]

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