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Who Wants to be an Innovator? An OD Innovator’s Gameshow Webinar; April 9, 2020

  • Thursday, April 09, 2020
  • 4:00 PM
  • Zoom program — Live from New York (registration link is in the program description)

Who Wants to be an Innovator? An OD Innovator’s Gameshow Webinar; April 9, 2020

An Special Invitation from New York ODN to Attend an Interactive Virtual Program

GOOD Network members are invited to join an interactive Zoom session being offered by New York ODN.  Here are the details from Jason Myers, President of New York ODN:

"I’m the president of the OD Network in New York City, and recently, we had a marquee speaker  -- Shane Snow, author of DREAM TEAMS and the science of breakthrough collaboration -- scheduled on March 25th.  But because we went on virus lockdown, (and we may be going out of our minds right now) we wanted to do something more innovative than just offering the speaker by webinar. 

And the good news is that we want to offer this opportunity up to all OD chapters as a free and fun event. So we’ve rescheduled the event for April 9th at 4:00 PM Eastern (which should work for most time zones).

Here’s the registration link:

This 60-minute live webinar about teamwork and innovation is going to be a little different…

Session Title:   Who Wants To Be An Innovator? An OD Innovators gameshow webinar hosted by the author of Dream Teams

What we’ll be doing: 
To make things more interesting now that we’re all stuck at home, Shane Snow has adapted his material from his book DREAM TEAMS into a virtual game show format.

Think "PRICE IS RIGHT", but instead of figuring out how much a blender costs, we’ll be breaking apart the less-seen effects and hidden science of breakthrough teamwork. 

And just like Price is Right, there will be a rotating cast of contestants from the audience—this could be YOU—and prizes to be won, from signed books to free access to Snow Academy innovation courses, and more! (All participants will get a digital prize of some sort.)

If you’d prefer to just tune in and not be a contestant, that’s fine—there will be live audience polling during the game, and “commercial breaks” where Snow will answer questions from the chat room.

How to prepare for the show: 
Download Zoom and make sure your webcam works with it. You don’t absolutely need to do this ahead of time, as the link to the event will automatically do everything for you, but it’s good to make sure all the permissions settings on your computer are set before you log in to the meeting. [see our basic Zoom tutorial cheat sheet here]

– Get a notebook and a marker ready. You’ll need some free pages to write quiz show answers on—both if you’re selected as a contestant or if you’re just a willing audience member.

– Wear your best game show outfit. Your host will be in sequins, so don’t worry about overdoing it. Sure, you can show up in business casual (or more casual), but why not wear something loud? Who knows, the best outfit may win a prize.

Jason Myers, President of ODNNY

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