Innovivi’s "Learn to Innovate" Workshop
Learn to Innovate workshop aims to introduce global methods of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in tier I/II/III cities, which is facilitated by Hilary MJS Weber and Co-Facilitated by Innovivi team. Learn to Innovate workshops are conducted with an aim to engage tier 1, 2 & 3 with global methods of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Many of these global benefits have not reached Youth of today, social entrepreneurs, SME’s, due to several challenges like Cost, Lack of Awareness and technical skills etc.
Participants walked out of this workshop with some of Silicon Valley’s best practices, hands-on experience while working in small teams and conquering a challenge together, learn about themselves as an aspiring leader and begin their beautiful journey to a successful innovation by persuading practical tips on how to attract others to support their innovative ideas.
Faculty and assistant mentors are trained on the curriculum of the workshop by the main facilitator M.J.S Hilary Weber, which hence leads to faculty development by increasing their knowledge on practical methods of Innovation and Entrepreneurship field. We believe that one trained faculty can directly make an impact on 200-300 students.
Kakinada Pilot: 26th June – 28th June 2018.
The resounding sucess of the pilot has garnered requests from other colleges in the region to conduct the workshop for their students as well. During the pilot, Video Conference was leveraged as a medium to communicate the learning of the program.
Learn to Innovate workshop was conducted in district level with an aim to engage tier 2 & 3 with global methods of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, which is facilitated by Hilary MJS Weber and Co-Facilitated by Innovivi team. It was conducted in Surampalem, Near Kakinada, East Godavari district , Andhra Pradesh during the 26 – 28th of June 2018 in collaboration with Department of Youth Services, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Opportu and Berkeley Innovation Index. It was a success by making an impact with practical methods of Innovation and Entrepreneurship throughout the workshop for 220 individuals where men and women were of equal ratio.