iklub event Wed Feb 18th: Co-creation in a complex world with Francis Gosselin (Montreal)

February 13, 2015

co-creation Our next iklub event is scheduled on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015  from 9:00 Am to 12:00 Pm. Our keynote speaker will be Dr.Francis Gosselin, Founding partner of f. & co (Montreal, Canada) who will talk about: Co-creation in a complex world. 

We often hear that the world has irremediably changed, but for many managers, it is difficult to determine exactly how that will affect their businesses and their ability to create value. While many innovations have simultaneously taken their toll on business-as-usual scenarios, they can be classified under four macro trends: a significant change in our relationship to time, the difficulty of assimilating ever-larger quantities of information and sources, the merging together of geographic and biological networks and the dematerialization of nearly every process of contemporary production. Based on years of social observation and activity in the media industry, Francis Gosselin explores these new trends in light of contemporary events, and draws some insights as to how business leaders and knowledge managers can take advantage of these opportunities.

If you have never attended the iklub and you are interested to learn more about it, please feel free to join us for free, so you can get a better sense of what we do and how our club could benefit you.

As always the event will be followed by a lunch for all iklub members. The event will take place at the Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit.

REGISTER HERE!

Agenda – iklub Event February 18tth, 2015
08:30-09:00 Registration and welcoming coffee
09:00-09:30 iklub news
09:30-10:30 Knowledge café: Experience sharing among participants
10:30-11:00 Coffee break – Networking
11:00-12:00 Co-creation in a complex world by Francis Gosselin
12:00-13:00 Great lunch – Networking

Francis Gosselin:

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Francis Gosselin

Francis holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Strasbourg. A HEC Montréal graduate in International Business, he has worked with several administrative bodies in Canada, France and the United States, in the fields of economic and cultural development. His dissertation focused on bureaucratic creativity within large international organizations. In France, he was editor-in-chief of La Gazette Cournot, a monthly publication focused on economic, political and social affairs. He has been the “creative community manager” of the MosaiC HEC Montréal platform for several years. He has also organized and managed the Fall School on Management of Creativity in Strasbourg.And writer, avid blogger and keynote speaker, Francis is the Editor in Chief of cllbr.com, an ambassador for the C2-MTL business conference and the Head of Content of Creative Mornings/Montréal.

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