They are also keen to attract speakers to come, share their stories and exchange ideas. Generate data through experimentation rather than assuming that there is pre-existing data to be harvested.
Speakers will have a maximum of minutes to tell a short story or share an experience about the chosen word. Speakers will speak for approximately 15 mins. The managers who cause the problem spend their time looking for culprits other than themselves. Both work for the Irish Defence Forces and have a passion for unearthing inspiring and interesting stories.
Diarmuid and John are keen to provide an alternative social outlet for the people of Ireland on a regular basis.
Managing by the numbers, using business analytics and leveraging Big Data are all considered to be unalloyed goods, indicative of enlightened management. Therefore there is no way to prove it will work in advance.
Why did we set up FiftyTwoWords? To change this dynamic, managers need to distinguish between when they are honing and refining an existing system and when they are attempting to create something genuinely new. If you know of anyone or have any suggestions for speakers at future FiftyTwoWords events please do drop us a mail with suggestions and topics for discussion.
In this way, the modern manager can be both analytical and innovative, leading innovation rather than accidentally squelching it. They are sure that any innovation problem has nothing to do with them.