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Turning Creative Ideas to Innovation

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As professionals, we are expected to constantly generate ideas – whether for our personal endeavors or for the organization we work with. Not all ideas are great: some ideas may be original and innovative but still completely miss the mark while some ideas may sound simple but create massive impact and some of these ideas become part of history.

Innovation is for individual or any organization – startups, small and medium enterprises, corporations, nonprofit organizations, or social enterprises – as long as you are willing to step out of your comfort zone and absorb new information.

In this session, we will understand what defines innovation, debunk the common misconceptions about innovation and creativity, what makes ideas innovative and impactful, and how to bring these ideas to the next level.

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Michelle Melo

michelleacmelo@gmail.com

Michelle Melo is an interdisciplinary professional that has worked with student ventures and startups at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia and has developed international market entry strategies for various small and medium enterprises for Virginia Small Business Development Center. Prior to relocating to the United States, she worked as a business analyst-consultant for Indra Philippines. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Santo Tomas in 2010 and a master's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Social Entrepreneurship and a graduate certificate in Nonprofit Management from George Mason University in 2019.

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4 Reviews on “Turning Creative Ideas to Innovation

  1. I really enjoyed the presentation of Ms. Mitch. It was very thorough and very informative. The way she discuss the topic (Turning Creative Ideas to Innovation) made me realize it was quite the same as the six sigma or at least can be an excellent combination when applying six sigma. The speaker (Ms. Mitch) explain each topic in a vivid manner whereas she has my undivided attention. Thank you to ASK LEX PH ACADEMY for another productive and excellent course that is provided for us especially thanks you Ms. Michelle Angela Melo for sharing her knowledge in Innovation.