Learning to be Creative workshop
This workshop aims to cover not only the understanding of Creativity but also seeks to generate innovative thinking and to train the participants to hone their ability to look beyond traditional ideas and concepts and develop new methods and thinking and analyzing so as to create fresh frameworks for the development of novel ideas.
- New & innovative solutions to encourage creativity and think differently
- Various techniques of drawing to resolve operational problems & inculcate strategic thinking
- Programme carefully aligned and designed for engineers & managers in power & energy sector
- Five unique sessions to discuss various aspects of creative thinking techniques
- Exposure to toolkit to trigger creativity at work place
Mr. Anoop Kumar, former ED ONGC, is a thinker & has practiced Creativity & Innovation throughout his career in ONGC as well as during his deputation to OVL and Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company, Sudan. His creative programs “Humsafe” on HSE in ONGC, “Interconnection of machines for efficiency” and big ticket Energy Conservation Techniques training program for all employees were unique and has provided solutions that are distinctive and cost effective. He introduced many forums of creative exchange and used many creative techniques during management of large industrial projects.
A first class engineering graduate, he has undergone many progressive training programs including the executive development program at the Indian School of Business at Hyderabad, O&M of drilling rigs at Branham industries, USA, and has been specially trained for the Assessment Development Center program. He is recipient of many awards including cash award by the Minister of petroleum and natural gas for his pioneering work of Solar Energy. Author of many technical and people centric papers, he has travelled to US, Europe, Australia, middle and far east in connection with his work and presenting papers at international conferences which include wind energy conference at Melbourne, Australia.