QUT Hosting Free Lean Startup Lessons in Facilitated PLAYING LEAN Gaming Workshop

Want to learn The Lean Startup skills & theory in a fun, gamified, and interactive format, led by qualified facilitators?

Then our PLAYING LEAN Gaming Workshop is for you!  Whether you’re a prospective or seasoned entrepreneur, an intranpreneur, entrepreneurship educator or just wanting to learn startup skills efficiently and effectively, this workshop has benefits for you!

Thanks to our friends at BIG JUMP – the team that officially introduced the PLAYING LEAN boardgame to Australia (founded by QUT alumni), we will be hosting PLAYING LEAN Gaming Workshops at entrepreneurship hub QUT foundry.

There are two sessions in total. Both are free of charge, but places are limited, so register now:

  • Wednesday, 17 May Evening Session (Free; Limited Spaces): 
  • Thursday, 18 May Day Session (Free; Limited Spaces):

Additionally, if you are interested in a train the trainer session, to facilitate future PLAYING LEAN workshop and gaming sessions, the next training session in Brisbane is:

Important: please get in quick and register if you’re keen as we will be promoting these events more widely within QUT + publicly shortly and spaces to play* are limited! [*If you’re keen to just watch, feel free to come too without registering.  First come first in to space fills].

https://www.student.qut.edu.au/foundry

https://www.student.qut.edu.au/foundry

 

The Secret Energy of Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is the key skill that drives business development. It has been part of commercial life through time immemorial but as technology changes the nature of the work it will become a key skill for everyone.

Entrepreneurship is now a career choice for everyone from graduates to executives wanting to change their roles to semi-retirees wanting to stay active. So what makes entrepreneurs succeed? One attribute is their sheer energy to succeed.

In this Real World Conversation, four entrepreneurs share with each other what energises them and one of the world’s leading experts on entrepreneurship explains the attributes of success. And you get to participate through a Q & A session.

Date   Wednesday 17 May 2017

Venue   Gardens Theatre Foyer | QUT GP | 2 George Street, Brisbane

Time   7.00am  – 9.00am  A light breakfast will be available.

Guests are welcome to stay after the event for a visit to QUT’s new co-      working spaces, the foundries, home to 15 different start-up ventures.

Cost   $45.00 per person ($5.00 will be donated to the QUT Learning Potential Fund)

Contact   realworldfutures@qut.edu.au  Kathy McCabe  (07) 3138 1906

Parking   Paid parking is available in SEC car park.

Speakers

Wayne Gerard is co-founder and CEO of RedEye Apps and a director of StartupAUS, a national advocacy body  for technology start-ups. He was Queensland’s 2015 Entrepreneur of the Year. RedEye Apps is a world-leading tech start-up which has created new ways of managing, sharing and storing engineering drawings and data for the resources, utilities and infrastructure industries.

Tamara Mills is founder of a range of medical technology businesses in Australia and North America Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of Glucotek Inc, a business that sprang out of her participation in the MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp recently hosted at QUT as well as chief operations officer of De Motu Cordis, a local Brisbane based Medtech start-up. She has over 10 years’ experience in development and commercialisation of medical technologies.

 Alexander Dreiling is CEO and co-founder of Clipchamp Pty Ltd, a technology company that allows fast and easy video sharing. It operates in Australia and the US. The business sprung out of Alexander’s involvement in a QUT Bluebox accelerator. He is a former associate professor of the university.

Ingrid Rodriguez is founder and CEO of Eikonic, a participant in the Advance Queensland HotDesQ program. It’s mission is to develop technology to prevent gum disease and tooth decay which impacts disadvantaged communities. She is a passionate social entrepreneur.

Professor Per Davidsson is director of the Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research (ACE) based at QUT. He is one of the world’s most cited researchers on entrepreneurship and has a deep understanding of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

 Danielle Duell is founder and CEO of People With Purpose and the regular moderator of Real World Futures events. She is also an entrepreneur with a history of start-ups in the fashion, tourism and technology industries.