Culture Camps

The Culture Camp in London has been moved to the second week of June.

June 13th, actually

It will be sponsored by the Design Management Institute (DMI)

It will fall on the Friday right after the London meetings of the DMI.

It will be a day-long session.

The cost is around £495.

Not sure of location.  That too is being debated.

I would be thrilled if you can join us.

More details to follow!

 

 

More generally:

Grant teaches 3 culture camps:

1. Culture for senior managers

2. Culture for culture creatives

3. Ethnography bootcamp

1. Culture for Senior Managers

This is a day-long workshop that gives senior managers a new literacy in contemporary culture. We will look at the three pillars of popular culture: movies, music and TV. This is designed to make the manager more knowledgeable about culture as a source of opportunity and danger for the corporation. It is also designed to make the manager better at working with the CCO and other culture producers/observers in the organization. Email me if you are interested and I will let you know when I am teaching a course in your area.  Another way to stay posted is to come join us on the Ning site for Chief Culture Officer at www.chiefcultureofficer.ning.com or click here.

2. Culture for Culture Creatives

This is a day-long workshop designed to give people who are already well acquainted with contemporary culture a template for how they can use this knowledge to serve as a Chief Culture Officer in the corporation. We will work with case studies and discuss the tactics and strategy of people an organizations’ CCO. Email me if you are interested and I will let you know when I am teaching a course in your area.

3. Ethnography Bootcamp

This is a day-long work shop on how to do ethnography. We will cover the basics, the objectives, the strategies and the tactics of this increasingly popular method. I have taught a version of this course for: The Coca-Cola Company, the Campbell Soup Company, Merck pharmaceuticals and at M.I.T. Email me if you are interested and I will let you know when I am teaching a course in your area.

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