Past Event

Half-day Workshop on The SOURCE for Innovation
Venue: Wisma IEM
Date & Time: 07 Sep 2013 (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM) Closed
CPD/PDP: 4
Closing Date Before: 04-Sep-2013 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)

SYNOPSIS

Innovate or Die.

So it is said. But what is innovation and how do you innovate? What are the barriers to innovation and what are the key factors necessary to promote effective innovation?

These are poignant questions which hold the key to unlocking our innovation capacity.

After nearly a decade experimenting with the different approaches to teaching the art and science of innovation, the speaker believes that the key to unlocking your innovation capacity lies in your mindset. This half-day workshop is designed with 3 objectives as follows:

- Introduce participants to a definition of innovation as is commonly defined by most innovation practitioners;
- Introduce participants to a framework for innovation based on Design Thinking and some of it underlying tools/ techniques; and
- Review the underlying intent of design processes and how they are link to the source of innovation.


BIODATA OF SPEAKER

Dr Edwin Chung is the Deputy Dean (Innovation and Enterprise) for the School of Engineering at Taylor’s University and the Head for Taylor’s Technology Innovation Centre. He holds Bachelor of Science majoring in Computer Science; a Bachelor of Engineering with first class honours majoring in Electrical & Computer Systems Engineering and a PhD from Monash University (Clayton). His academic research interest is in the area of asynchronous circuit design while his other intellectual research interests lies mainly in the art and science of innovation including the mental and organisational factors surrounding the learning and practise of innovation. He started his career in the semiconductor industry and has worked on various products design including a 3G baseband processor, a 32 bit microRISC controller core, an I/O control hub and a USB keyboard hub while he was with NEC Australia, Motorola Adelaide, Intel and Atmel respectively.


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Member Type Normal Rate
(RM)
Online Rate
(RM)
DISTINGUISHED HONORARY FELLOW 220.00 200.00
HONORARY FELLOW 220.00 200.00
FELLOW 220.00 200.00
MEMBER 220.00 200.00
HONORARY MEMBER 220.00 200.00
GRADUATE 170.00 150.00
INCORPORATED MEMBER 170.00 150.00
AFFILIATE 170.00 150.00
ASSOCIATE MEMBER 170.00 150.00
STUDENT 50.00 30.00
Non IEM Member 370.00 350.00



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