Get Certified in WKI’s Entrepreneurial Ideation Program
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In Person Certification Training
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Join us for two days of inspiring and energizing entrepreneurial training.
We believe the ideal setting for entrepreneurial thinking and doing is in small and intimate group settings, where people can engage in conversations and collaboratively learning. You’ll enjoy best practice entrepreneurial training in the So what? who cares? why you? entrepreneurial ideation program.
What can you expect at our training?
You can expect lots of drawing, discussion and discovery working at the whiteboards and flipcharts. It’s designed to be hands-on and experiential, with you at the center of the experience. You’ll work with Wendy Kennedy, the founder of WKI, to understand each tool in the So what? who cares? why you? methodology. You’ll walk away with deep understanding of how to use WKI’s entrepreneurial ideation program with your entrepreneurs. Even better, you’ll join a community of entrepreneurial coaches willing to help you launch your own high impact ideation programs.
What’s included? Two days of action-packed training along with a full set of resource materials and coaching aids to use back at your office. We also offer two online resource libraries to support our certified coaches.
2020 WKI Certification Dates
February 11-12th 2020
St. Petes, FL
March 3-5-10-12th 2020
April 22-23rd 2020
May 5-7-12-14th 2020
June 8-9th 2020
July 21-23-28-30th 2020
September 27-28th 2020
The So what? who cares? why you? process is the most important tool we have to translate technology into business value. It is an indispensable element of what we do and who we are as an organization. We use it to assess portfolio technologies, strengthen the value proposition for client companies, and coach our clients and partners through the commercialization process. No other process gives us the foundation to identify and assess the business potential inside an early stage technology."
— Scott Koorndyk, President, TEC Dayton
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