It is our pleasure to invite you to the Dr. Nir Tsuk workshop: “The Language of Innovation – Lessons from Israel” – Monday, May, 9th at 4pm, Lecture room Ruđer Bošković organized by Embassy of the State of Israel in Zagreb.
The workshop will introduce key concepts in entrepreneurship, share relevant examples – and provide insights on how to promote change inside organizations and communities. It will also give participants a hands-on opportunity to problem-solve and innovate, hence feel like instant entrepreneurs.
The notions of entrepreneurship and innovation have been the ‘flavor of the month’ for quite some time now: creating new solutions to problems, promoting systemic change and thinking (and doing) out of the box are the zeitgeist for at least a decade in many fields, industries and educational institutions. As if to validate the famous saying that “the only constant is of change” – came the Corona virus as well as the recent war and shook our realities dramatically.
- What is the role of innovation in such times?
- Is it a field/ subject/ topic – or rather a mindset, or even language?
- Why is it more needed now (yet more difficult to achieve) than ever?
- How the state of Israel has become an innovation hub, known as “the startup nation”?
- And how all this is relevant to Croatia as a young nation, and especially to young Croatians?
About the lecturer:
Dr. Nir Tsuk is a seasoned practitioner, academic and facilitator with over 25 years of international experience in the fields of social capital, entrepreneurship and culture of innovation. Serving as a Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship at Osaka University and as NYU’s Global Distinguished Scholar, Nir launched for New York University an Institute for Impact and Intrapreneurship, bringing the language of innovation to those who need it most.
Pls apply not later then Friday, May 6th until noon at e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
As we have limited number for the workshop ( max 30 students), we will send info via e-mail not later then, Friday, 6th until 5.00pm to the students who registered on time.
See you at Lecture room Ruđer Bošković
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