Led by Sune Gudiksen, Associate professor @Design School Kolding; Henning Breuer, Professor @HMKW & Kiril Ivanov, Scientific Assistant @HMKW
As the English clergyman William Pollard (1828-1893) already said: “Learning and innovation go hand in hand. The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow.” Particularly in the last few weeks, this statement has gained additional importance. The current circumstances caused by the coronavirus pandemic have not only forced numerous businesses to rapidly and effectively adopt a remote mindset, but have also confronted them with accompanying challenges for individuals and teams. How can companies ensure that innovative ideas of its stakeholders can be managed appropriately without face-to-face interaction? How can they rapidly align and constantly renew their portfolio in order to withstand economic pressure during the crisis and in the future?
Thus, the webinar gives insights into the opportunities and usage of remote games that foster innovation. It provides guidelines on how to drive innovation through remote games in times of crisis.
What can you expect to take away from the webinar?
• An understanding of the need to promote innovation even in remote situations to continue successful operation in complex and demanding markets.
• An overview of opportunities to address this need with remote games and other initiatives in order to foster innovation throughout the remote team.
• An introduction to the setup of the games and game elements, as well as the know-how and an exchange of experiences from our business partners.