2013 August Chapter Meeting
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Building a Culture of Innovation: A Leadership Imperative
Tuesday, August 27, 2013  | 5:00pm - 7:30pm | Cobb Galleria Centre

Experts predict that the dilemmas we confront, the workforces we lead, and the technologies we use will change dramatically in the next decade. Now more than ever, the world needs courageous innovators. The world needs leaders who can build innovative cultures. The world needs you! HR leaders are uniquely qualified and positioned to take the lead in building a culture of innovation. Attend the August SHRM-Atlanta Chapter Meeting for a lively discussion on the:

1. Key Principles of Innovation
2. Mathematical Equation for Executive Development
3. Competing Values Framework
4. Attributes of a Transcendent Organization
5. Power of the Holistic Value Proposition
6. Driving Innovation in a Mature Organization
7. Six Building Blocks of an Innovative Culture

Speaker: Dan Stotz, Senior Director and Lecturer, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University


Dan Stotz is a Senior Director and Lecturer at the Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business. He has 23 years of experience designing executive education programs that integrate the topics of leadership, innovation, and strategy. Dan plays the lead role in working with senior executives to design customized executive development programs that accelerate the leadership development process. His past and current clients include Cox Communications, Cox Enterprises, the FBI Crime Labs, GE Energy, McKesson Technology Solutions, the NCR Corporation, Regions Financial, Rollins Inc., and the NASA Johnson Space Center to name just a few. Dan also designed the popular Certified Professional Innovator (CPI) Program which was launched in 2012. He earned a Master’s of Science Degree in Marketing and Management from Colorado State University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and Psychology from Eastern Michigan University.


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