Unveiling: Faces of Innovation Management
Hello MAIM Friends!
After two years of hard work the 2015 class in MA Innovation Management (MAIM) is showcasing their research in the Central Saint Martins Degree Show 2015 and we need all the help we can get to make this an epic show!
For this year’s degree show, the MAIM class of 2015 present Unveiling: Faces of Innovation Management. An immersive experience designed to uncover a provocative vision of the future faces of innovation management. A Conference held on the 25th of June and an ongoing exhibition of our work from the 23rd-28th of June during Central Saint Martins Degree Show.
Who we are?
MA Innovation Management is a new postgraduate course at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London. It aims to bring together open-minded individuals from a diverse range of academic and professional backgrounds in order to promote new ways of thinking and doing that encourages creative collaborations in the pursuit of innovation. Our focus is on developing strategic collaborative practitioners who can identify, and develop, innovative business and public sector opportunities.
The act of ‘unveiling’ is to remove a veil and uncover what lies beneath it for the first time. Often theatrical, with and air of suspense, unveiling is a ceremonious performance aiming to entice and provoke the audience.
In this degree show, 5 innovation managers of the future will be unveiled. Challenge who they are, what they do, and how they live. Be inspired by the skills and abilities needed to push boundaries, instigate change, and convert paradoxes into opportunities.
Immerse and be inspired as we unveil 5 future roles of innovation managers. With their abilities to empower, delight, morph, disrupt, and revive traditional norms, these practitioners are positioned at the bleeding edge of innovation.
The Practivist – I energise you
The Nouveau Flaneur – I bring you marvels
The Phoenix – I revive you
The Anti-Solutioner – I disrupt you
The Morphogenesis – I morph for you
Where will the money go?
We are raising £2,500 to print some catalogues, build an amazing environment for the exhibition and have food and drinks for our guests in the conference, and we need your help to make our wishes come true!
Help us succeed!
We need your support, and there are many ways to help us, either by making a donation or a pledge or simply by sharing our project with anyone you think would support us – on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, by email, telephone, in a chat over the fence or on your blog.