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Thought Leaders with Professor Alistair Fee

April's Thought Leader is Professor Alistair Fee, Enterprise Strategist and provocateur in the field of radical ideas, product creation, innovation and design thinking.

Date(s)
April 22, 2021
Location
Microsoft Teams
Time
18:00 - 19:00

The Thought Leaders series aims to support you in understanding how your research can help shape the world around you. Be a part of a vibrant postgraduate community and network with a range of experts, peers and academics. Join us to be inspired by individuals and organisations as they share their experiences of influencing others and how they have successfully become experts in their field. The Graduate School invites Thought Leaders from across a range of backgrounds and disciplines to share the secrets to success. 

April's Thought Leader is Alistair Fee, Enterprise Strategist and provocateur in the field of radical ideas, product creation, innovation and design thinking.

About Alistair

A Module Director at EPFL, Former Stanford University Faculty Fellow and Yale University business mentor, Alistair is also a creativity specialist within the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, and the Innovation Academy at University College Dublin.

Alistair concentrates on ideation, design, packaging (of individuals, teams and products) internationalisation, business growth and corporate philosophy.

His interests include aerospace, agriculture, pharmaceuticals and engineering, and he is passionate about deep research, stretching boundaries and encouraging us all to be 'T' shaped thinkers.

Alistair's Thought Leaders Talk

'Thinking Ahead: Agile approaches in uncertain markets.'

Forever curious and possessing an insatiable appetite for exploring better outcomes, Alistair will share his thoughts on being creative and generating ideas in a world that is changing by the hour. Packed with wonderful imagination, deep thinking and practical examples, enjoy a voyage into the world of how best to  progress any ideas you may have.