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The ABC Experimental Learning Program is an exciting initiative designed to develop innovative capabilities and an entrepreneurial mindset for ABC staff and UTS students. This is an amazing opportunity to become an active player and contributor to a significant culture change initiative within Australia’s largest public media company. You will be working with a diverse group of ABC Technology staff and representatives from the start-up community, learning new creative problem solving methods and the principles of entrepreneurship.
The ABC are inviting 15 UTS students to participate in this collaborative program. The ABC will benefit from your participation by ensuring that the focus is broader than just ABC issues and problems. Students will obtain skills and knowledge in innovative methods and entrepreneurialism while developing networks with ABC staff and the startup community.
The program is focussed on innovation as creative problem solving using Human Centred Design combined with lean learnings from the start-up community.
Session 1: Tuesday 11 Oct – Friday 14 Oct 2016
Session 2: Tuesday 13 Dec – Friday 16 Dec 2016
The program is structured around two workshop intensives of four days' duration which are separated by a seven week gap for small groups of two-four participants to undertake group learning and experiments. There will be four one hour coaching sessions with the ABC’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence Claudia Barriga-Larriviere.
All up, the program requires a commitment of 80 hours and includes specialist sessions by guest entrepreneurs including Colette Grgic, Head Corporate Innovation at Blue Chilli, Ben Hoh, Creative Director, Digital Eskimo, Avis Mulhall from Think Act Change and many more.
Applications for round 4 will open early September 2016. For further information email Leah Lucas, UTS Innovation & Creative Intelligence Unit firstname.lastname@example.org
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