You need to constantly reinvent yourself to remain ahead in a technology business. “How can we improve our product?”, “How can we become more efficient?”, “How can we communicate our value proposition more convincingly?” These are a few of the important questions you need to ask yourself.
If your business is near the GTA you are fortunate because there is an annual gathering of extraordinarily creative people who can help you answer questions like these. Or more usefully, they can help you figure out better questions… ones that will help you take your business to new places.
This year there are sessions on new approaches for defining your business strategy based on Alexander Osterwalder’s “Business Model Canvas.” It is becoming a standard in Silicon Valley’s venture capital community.
Mindcamp happens August 22-26, 2018 at YMCA Geneva Park, Orillia, ON, Canada
Mindcamp is a retreat where you can take seminars and classes which teach creativity, innovation and leadership skills. It’s a 5-day micro-university for personal, professional, and organizational creativity — a feast of concurrent sessions presented by the best creativity leaders in North America and world-wide. Mindcamp exposes more than 200 creative people to a wide range of perspectives on the research and practice of deliberate creativity and structured thinking. And on top of their scheduled programs, there are evening salons, dialog sessions, music, dancing, campfires, and just plain fun.