Systems Council Systemic Innovation Special Interest Group Webinar | Powering the Workforce for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
September 22 - 3:50 pm - 5:10 pm BST
Systems Council Systemic Innovation Special Interest Group Webinar | Powering the Workforce for Innovation & Entrepreneurship by Dr Sawsan Khuri
A different perspective on how systematic approach and practice of innovation can develop entrepreneurial attitude among the workforce.
The current economic climate brought about by a combination of unprecedented world events has made it necessary for businesses and individuals to find ways to remain competitive.
This webinar is dedicated to exploring effective approach and strategies for promoting innovation amongst the current and next generation of the workforce. It is designed to discuss effective ways of empowering the current workforce as well as the youth that will be joining the ranks of workers, with a view to ensure both existing and future employees maintain a productive career and enhance personal and societal success and prosperity.
This event should be of interest to leaders of business and industry, as well as educators who would be looking for new ideas to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurial mindset.
16:00 Introduction and Welcome, Dr Farhad Fassihi, SISIG chair
16:10 Powering our workforce for innovation and entrepreneurship, Dr Sawsan Khuri, Collaborative Capacities & Volt Entrepreneurs Ltd
16:50 Q&A and closing remarks
About the Speaker
Dr Sawsan Khuri FHEA FRSA, is a scientist and entrepreneur, with a personal mission to create synergies and empower the young. She runs two businesses, Collaborative Capacities focused on facilitation and enhancing collaborative innovation, and Volt Entrepreneurs Limited which powers entrepreneurship in young people.
Sawsan has spent over 20 years in stakeholder engagement, working with research organisations, businesses and the third sector. She maintains an affiliation with Exeter University’s medical school, and was recently featured in EXIST, Exeter Chamber’s magazine dedicated to STEM business ventures around the South West.
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