A New Model of Human Values for Motivating Innovation

When:
April 5, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
2018-04-05T18:00:00-07:00
2018-04-05T21:00:00-07:00
Where:
City: Santa Clara
Contact:
betasoft@ieee.org

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By defining innovation simply as an idea implemented with impact, innovation management is largely a process for managing human motivation. There are four major participants in the innovation process: the idea generator; the core team and general staff; the supporter including supplier and regulator; and the impact generator: the interim distributor and the final adopter. All these participants are investing their time, money, effort, and other resources for the creation, implementation, and adoption of a new idea and the derived product/service. To induce these participant to make the investment, they need to be positively motivated by the stimulation and excitement of the perceived expected value of innovation while not negatively demotivated by the fear and insecurity of the perceived expected risk of innovation. This presentation will develop a new model of human values as the basis for motivating the participants to invest in innovation. With crowd-sourcing, the audience is invited to help develop operational motivating incentives for different types of human values in the model.

Speaker(s): Dr. Oliver Yu,

Agenda:

 6:00 PM: Registration & Informal Networking
 6:30 PM: Introduction, News, & Chapter Election Update
 6:45 PM: Guided Networking
 7:00 PM: Dinner
 7:30 PM: After Dinner Presentation
 8:45 PM: Adjourn

Location:
National Instruments
4600 Patrick Henry Drive
Santa Clara, California
95054