May 1, 2006
Learn Best-in-Class Facilitation and Idea Generation Techniques on May 10: Open to Students and Non PDMA Members
This month’s PDMA Wisconsin meeting is entitled “United Ideation: Turn Problems into Opportunities”. Its focus is on helping individuals develop and improve techniques for managing groups and their discussion. The techniques will help you deal with a variety of individuals, whether it is focusing a wildly creative group or sparking a quiet, thoughtful group into generating out-of-the-box ideas. The techniques can be applied to a variety of situations–developing new products or services, or helping solve critical business problems. This month’s meeting will not only introduce you to new techniques, but it will give you a chance to experience them first hand to really learn how to make the techniques work for you and your organization.
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
8am - 5pm Event
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
The Fluno Center
University of Wisconsin - Madison
601 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53715-1035
PDMA Member $115
Full-Time Student $ 25
Over Seven Different National Facilitators and Techniques including:
Idea Generating Stimulus Tools & Techniques
Computer Web Based Ideation
Facilitated by Darin Eich from BrainReactions
Please contact Pat Reid, Chapter President, with any questions. He can be reached at (608) 224-0377 or email@example.com.
Visit http://www.regonline.com/94682 to register!
Visit http://www.pdma.org/wisconsin for More Information!
The goal of PDMA is to improve the effectiveness of people engaged in developing and managing new products and services for consumer and business-to-business markets. PDMA shares the latest theories and best practices for product and service development, from customer needs identification, concept creation, development, design and final production, to marketing. Members are from a variety of businesses and industries, consulting organizations and academia. For more information, go to www.pdma.org.