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Challenge Dialogue System Info Session
CDS is a flexible methodology with a powerful capacity to help diverse groups and teams collaborate and innovate to address and accomplish complex tasks. With CDS, diverse groups and teams can: accomplish more with less face-to-face meeting time; learn how to use diversity to create breakthrough solutions; move ideas to action earlier and with greater chance of success; and, benefit from globally proven, best-in-class thinking and practices. As a powerful dialogue-based framework, CDS helps professional consultants, internal or external to organizations, raise and expand their competencies and skills to deliver distinctive high-value to their clients.

Feb 25, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Keith Jones
CDS Master Practitioner & Mentor, CDS Learning Program Co-Lead @CDS
As a management consultant in the last 24 years Keith has facilitated numerous dialogues that engage diverse groups to address complex challenges in an effective and efficient manner. To support this work, Keith is a skilled practitioner of the Challenge Dialogue System™ (CDS) and Theory of Change methodologies. These approaches draw strongly on the principles of collaboration, building trust, systems and design thinking, learning, and the power of purposeful conversation. In total, this mix of principles, processes and tools align closely with and complement the goals and approaches used to support collective impact.
Tom Ogaranko
CDS Master Practitioner, CDS Learning Program Co-Lead @CDS
Tom Ogaranko leads transformative change with high performing teams focused on complex challenges. Over his 24-year career, he has founded, built and exited multiple technology companies in advanced technology industries. He has advised several provincial Governments, Canada, and France on innovation policy and has been involved in structuring three crown agencies involved in research, innovation and technology development. Tom has assembled and structured $900 mm of investment funds for stimulating and growing innovative capacity for public and private clients. Tom is a frequent adviser to the Government on policies to grow ICT, biotechnology, genomics and cleantech sectors. Tom has also actively advised some of the leading innovative companies in Canada's pharmaceutical, energy, telecommunications and technology sectors.