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Why join the Applied Innovation Council?

6 October, 2017

Rita Shor and Anne Greer, Co-Program Directors, explain all in this video. 

As mid- to senior-level managers in innovation, product/service development and commercialization, we integrate and use market trends, user needs, technology, internal systems, investments & innovation methods—from idea stage, through feasibility, development and launch. We bump up against realities of aligning work to corporate strategies, managing parallel paths to solve an issue, and collaborating with diverse functions from throughout the organization. Improving our leadership skills and operational know how are the primary goals of this council. 

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Speakers

Anne Greer

Anne Greer
Program Director, Innovation Council, Applied Innovation Council, Co-Program Director, Innovation Master Class
The Conference Board

Anne Greer began working with The Conference Board in 2012.  Along with Rita Shor, she directs the annual Innovation Master Class, designed for advanced learned among Fortune 500 executives responsible for leading innovation in their companies. She is program co-director for The Confere...Full Bio

Rita Shor

Rita Shor
Program Director
The Conference Board

Rita Shor is co-leader of the Innovation and Digital Transformation Institute, program director for the Product and Service Development Council, and co-directs the Innovation and Applied Innovation Councils at The Conference Board.

Past work for The Conference Board includes co-directi...Full Bio

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