MSUM will host a workshop on “Innovation Value” Friday, Oct. 28 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the university’s Center for Business 111. 

Innovation istrohs required to drive growth and create value, and this workshop will train participants on practical methods of preparing and engaging organizations for innovation success and demonstrate how to measure and manage to achieve results. Participants will learn about the Architect, Execute and Optimize framework in this session, which was also recently delivered in Silicon Valley, Boston, Dubai and China.

Workshop cost is $100, with 7 CPE hours optional for professional development. Purchase tickets online by October 25 at tickets.mnstate.edu.

Workshop leader is Patrick Stroh, a 1992 MSUM accounting graduate and president of Mercury Business Advisors, a management advisory service specializing in business strategy, innovation and risk management. He’s also the author of “Business Strategy: Plan, Execute, Win!” and “Advancing Innovation: Galvanizing, Enabling and Measuring for Innovation Value.” Learn more about Patrick Stroh at mercuryba.com.