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Conceiving an audacious project: The mass production of innovators
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Date: 2013-03-28
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm (Registration starts at 6:30pm and closes at 7:30pm)
Venue: SCOPE Lecture Theatre 1, UG301, ChinaChem Golden Plaza, 77 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East,Kowloon
PDU: 2
Speaker: Mr. Simon Tam
Fee:
PMI-HK Member: HKD 160
Non-PMI-HK Member: HKD 260
Status: Closed (FULL)

About the Speaker:
Simon Tam had researched and taught entrepreneurship and innovation at the HKU Business School for over twenty years before resigning to become the founder director of four information technology companies. He is on course to build the fifth company to launch the above project.
 
About the Program:
There is now a global race for nations to become innovative in order to address mounting contradictions everywhere. Soon there will huge shortage of innovators and we can’t find them fast enough. Yet, our current understanding of innovators is that they are born but not made, and each of them is unique and one of a kind. We therefore have to leave their supply to chance. If only we can find ways to produce innovators, and produce them on a massive scale, that would be a project worth dreaming of!
 
We will describe how a few decades of research, consultancy, training and entrepreneurial experiments on the subject have led to some surprising new possibilities, culminating in the conception of an audacious project. Through the sharing of this dream project, we hope to invite project managers to deliberate and contribute to how this new vision could be implemented.

Please fill in the required information and submit. A confirmation letter will be sent on 22 March 13 (Fri) to all successful applicants. As seats are limited, the seats will be confirmed by payment. If you have any inquiries, please contact us at 2784 1880.
 
Reminder: As a courtesy, audiences are recommended to stay till the end of the seminar. PMI Hong Kong Chapter may consider not issuing PDUs to members if their attendance is less than 75% of the session.