From football teams to NASA, the team is widely recognised as an unrivalled delivery model in human endeavour the world over. Clearly, the world of digital health and technology should be no exception, and indeed, due to its interdisciplinary nature, is even more reliant on groups working and performing well together. But is this always the case?!
What examples are there of best practice in team building in health innovation? How do we best use the skills of non-researchers to drive research? What can we learn from others about how diversity in team structures can boost delivery and outcomes?
Join One HealthTech for an informal evening of chats and open discussion in the heart of Manchester City, to find out more and share your thoughts.
5.45 pm -- Arrivals, drinks reception & networking
6.30 pm -- Intro and welcome to Mills & Reeve, Charlotte Lewis
6.40 pm -- Team Science: The integral role of non-scientific specialists in health informatics, Ruth Norris, Head of strategic relations @ Connected Health Cities
6.55 pm – Managing BIG teams – A global perspective, Jon Hill, Head of Architecture for Science and Enabling Units IT, AstraZeneca
7.10pm -- Managing the work, not the people - Mayden's journey from traditional hierarchy to autonomous teams, Alison Sturgess-Durden, Director, Mayden
7.25 pm -- Panel Q&A, chaired by Sarah Thew
8:00 pm -- Networking
8:30 pm -- Close