• Continuous Learning

  • Connecting members to technology and innovation

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    Innovation is an essential element of a business’s success and can be demonstrated in many forms. Whether it’s streamlining business practices with lean manufacturing, or enabling technology to automate what once was a manual process, the goal is to enable companies—old and new, big and small—to scale and pivot more quickly.

    Whatever and wherever the innovation appears, the business world is moving and changing faster than ever before. Companies are emerging founded on the belief that their innovation is a certain game changer, and established companies are continuing their success knowing that the key is to always be evolving.

    As this dynamic unfolds, the GPCC is right in the thick of it. We support and share innovative practices for not only the benefit of our members, but for the betterment of the entire business community.

  • How to connect to continuous learning?

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    • Learn from others. Seek advice from seasoned members who have walked the technology and innovation path, faced challenges and overcame. And thanks to our deep reservoir of member-companies, younger professionals with natural talent are coming forward as well.  You will find them leading early morning meet ups at the Chamber. 
    • Keep pace and continually learn new procedures, strategies, and technologies through our series of discussions with subject matter experts in a wide variety of fields.
    • Focus on expanding your ability to learn by regularly upgrading your skills and increasing your knowledge. Strong continuous learning skills are required to successfully adapt to changing work and life demands. Continuous learning in the workplace involves viewing your experiences as potential learning and reexamining assumptions, values, methods, policies, and practices. Subscribe to our member e-newsletter for daily continuous learning content.
    • At the organizational level, continuous learning is increasingly important to the success of the organization because of changing economic conditions. Given the current business environment, organizations must be able to learn continuously in order to deal with these changes and, in the end, to survive and thrive.
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