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Workspring presents a lunch & learn workshop right in the heart of Chicago! Join us as we welcome co-author, Jim Gilmore, of The Experience Economy for a workshop on “How to Drive Innovation.”
You will how learn to…
✓ Observe differently with the Six Looking Glasses method
✓ Develop a list of specific observational objectives
✓ Practice new observational techniques
✓ Recognize different observational routines
✓ Design formal looking excursions
Lunch and a cocktail reception is included in ticket price.
The best business decisions are often made after a great deal of thought. But how do we know that we’re thinking the right way? Inspired by Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats method, author/lecturer/co-founder Jim Gilmore has found a way to help us master “visual intelligence.” With his “six looking glasses” metaphor, Gilmore introduces a revolutionary way to drive innovation for teams with a strong thought foundation.
Workspring is proud to present an exclusive lunch & learn workshop with Jim Gilmore as he provides personalized guidance on how to master the way you see the world and become the best decision-maker for your business.
Space is limited so RSVP now!
*Lunch and cocktail reception included in ticket purchase.
About the Speaker
Jim Gilmore is co-founder of Strategic Horizons LLP, based in Aurora, Ohio. He is coauthor of the highly influential book, The Experience Economy, as well as Authenticity. He is a Batten fellow and adjunct lecturer at the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia, where he teaches a course on the Experience Economy. Gilmore is also a visiting lecturer in Apologetics at Westminster Seminary California, where he teaches a course on cultural hermeneutics. He also teaches a design course at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.