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Sorting Solutions from Ideas – Module 4 SPRUNGG Program
September 29 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Ideas are easy, solutions are hard. Leaders, managers, business owners and entrepreneurs have often struggled with the constant flow of ideas and how to make peoples’ ideas feel valued even though not acted upon.
Reality is, ideas aren’t the hard part of innovation and neither is execution. It’s deciding which ideas, in what incarnation, and in what order that’s hard. This is incredibly important, undervalued, and hard to do which is why we’ve included a range of practical tools such as the “ideas funnel”, “ ideas sorter” and the “sol bank”.
At SPRUNGG, we believe inspiring leadership in today’s world, needs to be agile and adaptive too.
Meet Your Facilitators
SPRUNGG’s experienced and international team of Learning and Development Architects and Program Facilitators bring you the latest in effective leadership, innovation and collaborative education.
Dr. Miller leads the Global Learning & Development team at SPRUNGG and is responsible for the strategy, design and implementation of the program. Lynn holds a Doctorate in instructional technology from Virginia Tech, a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and Master’s degree in education from the College of William and Mary.
Shefali Chhachhi is a highly experienced Learning and Development Architect and Facilitator at SPRUNGG. Shefali’s extensive marketing career across consumer products and Services has seen her recognised as one of the Top 50 Women in Marketing in India. Shefali holds an MBA in Marketing from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies and a Bachelors Degree in Commerce from the University of Mumbai.
Jacqueline is a Design-Led Innovator, Chair, Director and Advisor who has been driving sustainable transformations in business since 1995 when she switched from being an Ernst and Young accountant into an agile innovator, collaborative leader and sustainable change activist. Jacqueline holds a Bachelors degree in Commerce, majoring in Marketing from the University of Queensland.