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Innovation at Work

Webinar: Innovation@Work

Nancy Robert

Nancy Robert, PhD, MBA, BSN

Join us for the next edition in the UC College of Nursing Webinar Series:

Alumna Nancy Robert (BSN ’78), American Nurses Credentialing Center
September 20, 12 - 1p.m.

Registration: Click here to register online.

About the Webinar:

Innovation@Work engages participants in the exploration of six essential elements of innovation that are needed to turn ideas into products or services that are valued by customers. Participants will experiment with tools that prime innovative thinking and will have an opportunity to reflect on how their responses compare with other innovation participants. 

About the Speaker:

Nancy Robert, PhD, MBA, BSN, is the business development director at American Nurses Credentialing Center. She is currently involved in the design and implementation of strategic and tactical plans to support new product development, product enhancements and infrastructure priorities required to deliver ANCC products and services. Prior to her current position she was the founder of Leovision, a consulting practice focused on the uses of technology to innovate in the areas of assessment research, design and reflective practice methodologies supporting medical decision-making. Her current research work with the University of Maryland medical school is testing new tools and methodologies to improve the use of evidence in medical practice. She is an award-winning training innovator and serves as a senior executive consultant in strategic planning, research, marketing, and the development, implementation and management of technologies and programs serving health care, education and technology sectors. She is a board director for Calistoga Estate Winery and serves on the board of advisors for the International Breast Cancer Center project and My Own Business. She previously served as the chairman of The Digital Clubhouse Network, a Smithsonian Institution Medal of Honor recipient with digital stories included in the Permanent Research Collection of the National Museum of American History and in the Library of Congress.