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Post published on 06/06/2019

The I’M An Innovator project: when innovation is in our DNA.

Difficult to teach, impossible to impose and risky to structure, innovation has always been part of the DNA of IMA Group and today, more than ever, it plays a fundamental role. 

The aim of I’M An INNOVATOR project is to promote a positive attitude towards innovation, helping to stimulate the employees of IMA Group with new ideas and enabling them to make their own contribution in a such high-level context. 

This project is part of the wide training programs selection made by IMA Academy. Different from the traditional training methods, it consists of a series of thematic seminars held by guests of international reputation not necessarily connected to the IMA world, but with the goal of encouraging the audience to think “outside the box”.

The topics covered range from open innovation to industrial applications and from robotics to cognitive psychology. Seminars are not only a way to break from daily working routine but also an opportunity for professional exchanges and in-depth discussion of wide-ranging issues, both theoretical and practical. 

To date, the project is aimed at an internal audience, but in the future, the contents will be available online and potentially open to a wider user group across the territory.

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