“Innovate or die!” has become a cliché; and yet the creative thinking and experimental processes that underpin innovation are often seen as potentially chaotic and hard to harness, measure or control.
Join former project and arts manager Dangerous Meredith in a discussion on how to develop projects so that they encapsulate and anchor emergent innovative ideas. You will leave this workshop with an understanding of how to ground creative ideas and processes against project management frameworks.
To ensure that participants get the maximum benefit from this interactive workshop, numbers are limited so book now to ensure your place.
Monday, 14 Dec. 2015
Cost: $30 full / $20 conc.
Bookings: absolutely essential; please book via Eventbrite
Meredith Lewis has over 25 years’ experience of working in the tertiary, creative, and community sectors; including as a manager, project manager, trainer, arts manager, choreographer and performer. She specialises in leading discussions, creative interventions and workshops that help people develop plans and strategies that anchor and promote creative thinking, humane values, and good business. Having worked both as a creative and as a manager she is ideally placed to negotiate the processes of turning visionary ideas into deliverable plans.