By enrolling in the Innovation & Problem Solving Course taught by Brian Elms, you’ll learn how to say, see, and solve problems using a myriad of practical tools and tips. This course is a great introduction to the virtuous cycle of improvement, setting the foundation for a continuously improving skillset of innovative thinking & problem solving.
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The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish. This course will have new videos and content on an ongoing basis. Upon completion you will receive a certificate of completion.
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Brian Elms is the author of Peak Performance and an Urban Leadership Fellow at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He served as the Director of Peak Academy and Analytics for the City and County of Denver for more than five years. Brian specializes in government innovation and process improvement providing management expertise to government agencies, elected officials, and nonprofits.
“Irreverent, honest and straightforward,” Brian is nationally recognized for sparking innovation in governments throughout the country. His work has been replicated in more than a dozen cities around the country.
Brian started his career in public service after graduating from Regis University and joining AmeriCorps as a team leader. He worked for the Governor Rendell Administration in Pennsylvania as the Policy Director for the Department of Aging. He worked for AARP as a Legislative Specialist and served as the Assistant Director of Government Affairs at Denver International Airport.
Brian is a Lean Black Belt, a certified Six Sigma Green Belt, and a Change Management Professional. In his prior role as Director of the Peak Academy, he developed curriculum, training, and consulting services that focus on employee-led performance management and continuous improvement. Since its inception in 2012, Peak Academy initiatives have saved the City and County of Denver more than $30 million and the Academy has provided training to more than 7,000 public and nonprofit professionals.