Wyoming Innovation Engineering, a one and a half day training program at Central Wyoming College May 20-21, features Doug Hall who sparked the innovation engineering movement.
The one-and-a-half-day program is held in room 116 of the CWC Intertribal Center. The course is designed to make senior executives literate in the new innovation mindset.
Hall, a chemical engineer by education, set a record at Procter & Gamble for creating and shipping into live markets nine innovations in 12 months. After retiring from P&G, he founded Eureka! Ranch, a company that focuses on helping lead multi-national companies such as Nike, Walt Disney, Pepsi and Hewlett Packard to increase innovation speed and decrease risk.
The program qualifies for a Work Force Training grant and the deadline to apply is April 19. For more information on the grant, go to wyomingworkforce.org. For more information, contact CWC Workforce Training Director Lori Ridgway at 307-855-2325 or 307-850-7803.