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The main page of our site focuses on items we consider useful news, and includes developments Innovaision is following in our areas of focus, namely Business Strategy, Effective Use of Technology, and Finding Funding. Our goal is to keep you up-to-date with the opinions of thought leaders, descriptions of effective practices, and provoking articles to make you reflect.

We will also provide readers with updates on Innovaision projects that may be of interest, upcoming speaking engagements, and other information regarding the ongoing evolution of Innovaision as a top-notch consulting partner.

We are always happy to hear from you about items you think may be of interest, although we cannot guarantee publication of externally submitted information.

Innovaision will be hosting a Social Media/Networking Interactive Workspace at the IADDA Annual Conference September 4 – 6, 2013. This installation is designed to give conference participants hands-on instruction on the most popular social media tools currently available. For more information on how your group could provide such a valuable resource, please contact us.

Innovaision CEO, Dick Dillon was elected President of the NIATx Foundation Board at their July meeting in San Diego, CA. The NIATx Foundation offers consulting and training in process improvement and organizational change, with a focus on assisting substance abuse and behavioral health counseling organizations. If you would like to take advantage of the Foundation’s team of experts, please contact the board directly.

On July 22, 2014, Dick Dillon, CEO of Innovaision, LLC participated in the Boston University School of Public Health/Conrad N. Hilton Foundation workshop on social media, web & mobile interventions for college drinking in Boston, MA. The invitation only event brought together researchers and thought leaders from Harvard, Indiana University, the University of Wisconsin, the University of Washington, as well as several additional centers of higher education and creative entrepreneurs. The proceedings of the conference will be available at a later date. The group collaborated as a whole, and through small group processes, to consider and project ideas for using social media and mobile tools to create an impact on the problem of college-age drinking.

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