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AMBayArea Fall CEO Roundtable Discussion: Innovation & Design
November 7, 2019 from 4:00 am to 6:00 am PST$50
Join fellow Bay Area manufacturing executives for a roundtable discussion on Innovation & Design led by the Berkeley Innovation Group (BIG). Executives seek “innovation,” without a scalable, repeatable process understood across the organization. The Berkeley Innovation Group (BIG) believes “design thinking” is this process and will provide a brief overview of the four-phase process. They will also share case studies to move you from being inspired by the process to being inspired to take action and reach your strategic goals in 2020.
This event is exclusively for manufacturing CEOs, COOs, presidents, owners, and executive-level facility directors.
AMBayArea Manufacturers = Free
Non-Member Manufacturers = $50
*The $50 will be applied to your membership fee if you join AMBayArea within two weeks of attending the CEO Roundtable Discussion. Visit ambayarea.com/join for details.
Hosted by Urban Bloc
Sponsored by The Berkeley Innovation Group
Jeff Eyet is a radical diverger who prototypes through stories and applies these passions as the co-founder of the Berkeley Innovation Group (big). Working together since 2012, Jeff was Clark’s student at BerkeleyHaas, then rose to a lecturer position before focusing full-time on client work. He has led strategy work with Recology, UC Health, Mills College, and Dow Chemical and supported engagements with GE Health, GE Digital, Kaiser Permanente, Nissan, Paypal, and Abbott Labs.
Clark Kellogg is a curious soul who brings an unending passion for creativity to his Design Thinking practice. Trained as an architect at UC Berkeley, Clark has over thirty years of experience spread among architecture, product design, and strategy creation. His academic background covers 15 years at UC Berkeley, currently teaching Creativity, Design Thinking, and Applied Innovations at Haas. Privately and as a co-founder of The Berkeley Innovation Group, he has led consulting engagements with corporations, non-profits, governments, and universities in North America, Latin America, Asia, and Europe.