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PDMA/Co-Creation Forum Webinar: How Co-Creation is Transforming Innovation

CoCreation Forum

Friday, June 3, 2011 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

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The practice of innovation is changing. Today, firm-centric, R&D-driven models giving way to new platforms of collaboration and co-creation.

To learn more about this exciting shift, please join the Co-Creation Forum and The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA), the premier global advocate for product development and management professionals, for the webinar "How Co-Creation is Transforming Innovation."


Presented by Gaurav Bhalla, CEO  of Knowledge Kinetics, this webinar will:
  • Discuss the nature of collaborative innovation
  • Identify market and business developments enabling this transformation
  • Draw on a diverse set of case studies to illustrate the practice of collaborative innovation
  • Present and discuss a framework for implementation, laced with relevant examples
As a gesture of appreciation, we will also be raffling off autographed copies of his book, Collaboration and Co-creation: New Platforms for Marketing and Innovation, to two lucky webinar attendees

As an added bonus, PDMA has given interested attendees a $50 discount to The Conference on Social Product Development & Co-Creation by entering the Discount Code: COFORUM during registration.

The Conference on Social Product Development and Co-Creation is a groundbreaking event developed by the PDMA in partnership with co-creation pioneer, Local Motors, to bring together an unprecedented group of thinkers, makers and doers - quite literally, the "best of the best" - to help you undersatnd and apply co-creative approaches that drive breakthrough results in product development and innovation.

The conference was designed so you'll be able to exchange ideas, forge new connections and fuel sustainable innovation within your organization that drives growth.

  • You will discover how to Build a Co-Creative Enterprise from the co-author of leading business book "The Power of Co-Creation."
  • You will realize How Communities and Contests can be Used to Solves Some of our Toughest Innovation Problems from Harvard Business School Professor, Karim Lakhani
  • You will get a sense of a more wholesome use of crowdsourcing in which you build a useful business around an exciting crowd of passionate people to help them be more productive and successfuly from the passionate founder gimself, Jake Nickell of Threadless
  • Plus so much more...

We urge you to register for the full conference at http://cocreate.pdma.org/content/registration, and if you use the registration code: COFORUM, you can save $50 on the registration!

Once you register, be sure to sign up for the exciting opening night networking event also sponsored by eYeka and the Co-Creation Forum! http://coforumpdma.eventbrite.com/

Webinar Presented with the Support of:

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Fortex Group - Public Relations for Media and Tech Companies

Have questions about PDMA/Co-Creation Forum Webinar: How Co-Creation is Transforming Innovation? Contact CoCreation Forum

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CoCreation Forum

The CoCreation Forum is a community and advocacy group dedicated to enabling and educating on the topic of Co-Creation by growing awareness in the U.S. through events, newsletters, and more.

We are a network that involves all parts of the community: companies, consultancies, end-users, analysts, pundits, and researchers.

Visit us at cocreationforum.com

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