Insight Out: From Inspiration to Implementation

Dr. Tina Seelig, the Stanford professor who wrote "What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20" spoke again at GLOBIS. This time, she shared a glimpse of her theory and practice from her latest book, "Insight Out."

GLOBIS Seminar:
“Insight Out: From Inspiration to Implementation"


Dr. Tina Seelig, the Stanford professor who wrote "What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20" spoke again at GLOBIS. This time, she shared a glimpse of her theory and practice from her latest book, "Insight Out."
Tina Seelig challenges many educators' belief that innovativeness and entrepreneurship are "inborn" traits; on the contrary, she says these skills can certainly be learned by following proper steps.
There is an insatiable demand for innovation and entrepreneurship to help individuals and companies thrive in a competitive and dynamic marketplace. However, there hasn't been a well-charted course from rough ideas to polished ventures. In this talk, Tina Seelig describes a new model, the Invention Cycle, that illustrates how imagination leads to entrepreneurship. This framework captures the attitudes and actions that are necessary to foster innovation and to bring breakthrough ideas to the world.

Overview
・Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2016
・Time: 19:00 - 20:30
・Venue: GLOBIS Tokyo Campus
・Language: English

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