BUILDING INNOVATION IS NO LONGER THE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF A FEW, IT IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY

Program overview

Councils operate in an increasingly complex, uncertain and fast-paced environment, with constrained revenue and tightening budgets, while community expectations and demands on services continue to increase.

An organisation’s capability to build a culture that deliberately encourages and grows innovation is critical to not only success but survival.

The essential ingredient for building innovation is a belief that innovation is no longer the role and responsibility of a few, but it is everyone’s responsibility. This involves fostering a diversity of thought, skills and backgrounds in the workplace, and a mindset of curiosity, exploration and experimentation.

During this program, participants will hear how successful technology companies build and sustain innovative cultures and how this can apply to local government. This interactive session will provide a fresh perspective and open your thinking to what is possible!

Suitable for:

Leaders at all levels

Key learnings:
At the end of this program participants will be able to:
  • have an increased understanding of an Innovation Culture and the conditions required to foster it in their teams and organisations 
  • explore the strategies as well as the barriers to grow an Innovation Culture 
  • hear a different perspective and gain new insights on how innovation is encouraged and sustained in the technology sector 
  • apply the learnings from this session in a practical way in the workplace

Resources

Contact

Kate Staples 

Manager Learning and Development

E: kate@lgprofessionalssa.org.au

P: 08 8291 7996

REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

If you would like to discuss tailoring this Short Program as an in-house program, please contact Kate Staples using the above contact details.

Mailing Address:  5 Hauteville Tce EASTWOOD   Phone: 8291-7990   Fax: 8451-1568   E-mail: admin@lgprofessionalssa.org.au

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