A unique, interactive workshop led by the founder of KETSO, Dr Joanne Tippet, who is based at the University of Manchester. Used by many different groups, from businesses like Tesco to community groups in southern Africa, KETSO is an extremely flexible creative thinking tool. It encourages thinking by allowing people to share their ideas, learn from each other, and make decisions.
This hands on session will provide an opportunity to demonstrate how you can use this tool to
- Focus your research
- Plan projects
- Encourage interdisciplinary working
- Develop creative solutions to current challenges
- Provide a starting point to engaging colleagues and stakeholders
The interactive session will run on Wednesday 23rd June, from 9.30am – 12.30pm at the Freeman Centre on campus. Invitees include Doctoral Researchers, Research Staff, Heads of School, Directors of Taught Programmes, Directors of Research & Knowledge Exchange, Research Theme Leaders, and Business Fellows.
We hope that you will be able to take away plenty of fresh ideas from this session, that you can implement into your everyday work.
Book your place through the event website www.bit.ly/ketso-morning, before 10th June.
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