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Mindful Innovation: Using the HPT Model to Facilitate Sustainable Transformation

  • 12 May 2015
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • World Learning, 1015 15th Street NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20005

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Mindful Innovation:
Using the HPT Model to Facilitate
Sustainable Transformation

Kellee Franklin, PhD

Innovation is a key driver to business success in our competitive marketplace. Leaders need to be adaptable and flexible to the ever-changing global landscape. Businesses are encouraged to continuously reinvent themselves to stay ahead of the pack. Given these demands of our interconnected business communities, how can leaders effectively inspire innovation in their organizations? How does the HPT model relate to designing more mindful innovation? This interactive session will use the Harvard MBA case-based method to explore how one leader inspired innovation using a whole-systems approach like HPT. Participants will work in small teams to identify the various aspects of the HPT model that were employed to effectively drive innovation, stand-up a thriving business, and transform a community. The case-study will highlight the importance of human motivation in designing innovation and facilitating transformation. Mindful innovation -- where people, systems, and cultures are at the center of designing sustainable transformation -- will be discussed. Participants will apply the learning from the case-study and presentation to identify key areas where they might inspire more mindful innovation in their own lives.

About Kellee
Kellee Franklin is passionate about big ideas and disrupting the status quo. She has helped numerous clients across industries dream more, think differently, drive change, and produce better business outcomes through her creative consulting approaches. Kellee was an executive advisor with Booz Allen Hamilton in Washington DC and Seattle before launching her own practice. She is a sought-after public speaker and has been a scholarship recipient to the Wisdom 2.0 conferences for her entrepreneurial work in mindful business. Kellee has become a recognized advocate for health systems innovation and patient-centered engagement. She has used her adult learning expertise to re-design classroom experiences for graduate/executive students in the United States and Thailand. Kellee is an advisory board member at Seattle University's Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center and a conscious business mentor at Fledge. She loves spending time outdoors, watching sports, catching an Indie movie, and solving the world's problems over a good meal. 
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