If you’re like most business owners, you feel stuck.
You’ve had a good run and now you don’t know what to do. You can’t sell your business for what it should be worth and you can’t even go on a vacation without worrying about your business.
Fortunately, thousands of business owners have found a way to restart the fun factor of owning a business. It involves a system for engaging their managers and employees in the process of profitable growth.
It empowers, educates and excites employees to help you go from worrying to wonder.As one small business owner said “For the first time in years I can go fishing and not worry.”
This system is different from others in that it’s grounded in science. In fact it’s a fully accredited new field of study at Universities called Innovation Engineering.
It’s a systematic approach that transforms innovation from a random gamble to a reliable system that delivers increased speed AND decreased risk.
To get a quick taste of what it’s about Doug Hall founder of the Innovation Engineering Institute will provide a 30 minute webinar on Wednesday May 14, 2014 at 12:03 PM EDT
Doug will outline the three key principles that research finds drive success.
He will also provide practical tips for you to get started on the transformation that very day.
This Webinar is FREE with a Passcode from an Innovation Engineering Network provider or by using the Innovation News passcode “IENEWS”
Advance registration is required. Simply click here…
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
The Innovation Engineering Institute is a collaboration between universities, small business and even Fortune 100 companies. At it’s root it’s based on applying the systems thinking of Dr. W. Edwards Deming to making business fun again through accelerating smarter products, services, systems and processes. It’s a relatively small movement with just 26,000 taught and $8.1 billion worth of ideas in active development as of April 15, 2014 among participating companies.