Innovation in 2011

What does innovation mean to you? In the insurance industry, innovation is essential for everyone, from carriers to brokers, agents and beyond. Whether it’s new technologies, breakthrough ideas or visions of the future to lead us in a new direction, innovation in every form helps us improve business models and not only keep up, but also stay ahead of the curve.

This is why we’re incredibly excited about this year’s Claims Innovation Summit – a place where innovation takes center stage. The summit brings together senior executives at the nation’s leading carriers, innovation experts from business and the insurance industry, as well as best-selling authors and entrepreneurs. The dynamic line up of speakers includes Steven Johnson, best-selling author of “Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation,” and NBA Hall of Fame legend James Worthy.

Johnson will deliver the conference keynote address, focusing on how environment fosters the development of good ideas while Worthy will address participants about building team chemistry in the workplace and innovating both on and off the court.
Both Worthy and Johnson will be joined by other business and industry standouts including:
* Jeremy Bowler, Senior Director, Global Insurance Practice, J.D. Power and Associates
* Brian Sullivan, Founder, Risk Information Inc.
* Ellen Carney, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research
* Andy Wasynczuk, Senior Lecturer, Harvard Business School
The 5th Annual Claims Innovation Summit will be held Monday, March 7 to Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, CA.

 
We couldn’t be more excited and can’t wait to see you there! Find out more at http://www.claimsinnovationsummit.com/

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