Simplexity Thinking

Trying to resolve your organization’s “fuzzy situation” – one that has a number of challenges and potential solutions? Then this is the workshop for you!

Min Basadur and Mary Kilfoil have worked in the regional innovation ecosystem in the past: including bio-medical engineering, leading bio technology firms, Dalhousie University seniors and most recently a 1-day workshop for the provincial department of agriculture.

Builds skills in proactively seeking out problems and implementing creative solutions. At the end of the two days you will leave with a completed challenge map, uncovering the logjams standing in the way of your path forward. Simplexity Thinking emphasizes working with others to discover important opportunities for improvement in both products and procedures and creating and implementing practical new ideas. Min developed the Simplexity Thinking model while he was at Procter and Gamble. Min will be leading and Mary will be attending a 3 day How Might We workshop hosted at the Procter and Gamble Innovation Gym in Cincinnati Oct 3-6.

Dr. Min Basadur – Workshop Co-Lead

  • Professor Emeritus in the Michael G. Degroote School of Business at McMaster University
  • President & Founder of Basadur Applied Creativity and Inventor of the Simplexity Thinking methodology
  • Client List Includes – American Airlines, eBay,, Microsoft, Hospitals and Health Care, Toyota Canada, John Deere, IBM, Procter & Gamble, Pfizer, Ford, Molson’s Breweries

Dr. Mary Kilfoil – Workshop Co-Lead

  • Certified Level 3 Trainer for Simplexity Thinking
  • Founder of the Launch Dal Program and named the 2014 entrepreneurship educator of the year by Start Up Canada.
  • Actively engaged in the regional technology and science eco- system. Co-Author of the Canadian edition of the top selling Management text for undergraduate students.

Dates & Price

  • $1,500 per person

To register contact Trudy Richardson:
(902) 421-2333

Dr. Min Basadur

Dr. Mary Kilfoil

CEED Programs are delivered in partnership with ACOA and the Province of Nova Scotia