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KIN Innovation Summit 2020 - Day 3 afternoon session (Free to attend)

 

KIN Innovation Summit 2020 - Day 3 afternoon session (Free to attend)

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Starting 17 September 2020 15:00 through to 17 September 2020 18:00

Making Innovation Happen

This year’s virtual Summit focuses on how successful disruptors make innovation happen. Building on the success of last year’s edition on “The future of Work”, we will ask: how can you imagine a different future? How do you reinvent an organization around a new business model? How do you make innovation happen and stick?

Come and learn from authors who imagine the future for a living; from leading academics who have researched and consulted some of the biggest disrupting organisations in the world; and from companies that use innovation processes to put humans on Mars, make cities more sustainable and workplaces more liveable and productive.

The Speakers:

Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management, Warwick Business School

From Open Innovation to Open Strategy

Christian will be discussing why secrecy is no longer a backbone of strategy. Barclays, The US Navy, and BASF are just a few examples of organizations that started to open up their strategy development process to let in technologists, customers, front-line employees and even competitors. Doing so, they readied themselves for big disruptions.

Pinar Ozcan, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Saïd Business School, Oxford University

The rise of the platform business model, breaking the definition of the Corporate

Pinar’s topic will be digital disruption and the rise of platform business models which require collaboration across organisations. Pinar will be focusing on examples from mobile payments, applications, sharing economy, and banking

Lucy Cafferty, Head of Product Management, National Physical Laboratories

Creating Innovation Cultures

Lucy will take us on a journey through innovation in very different corporate cultures. Experiences of the impact of company culture on the success of innovative teams, products, skills and staff motivations. Whether start-up, corporate giant or public sector organisation, there are common aspects of innovation that hold true regardless, and many learnings to be had from bringing experiences from one culture into another.

Your Hosts:

The Innovation Summit is hosted by KIN facilitator, Debbie Lawley and KIN Director, Davide Nicollini. They will be join by our KIN facilitators; Erica Hurley, Nancy Kinder and Michael Norton throughout the three days.

Format: will include a live presentation, breakout room discussions, audience polls, chat discussions and then a chance to ask a few questions. It is best to join this online not by phone and ideally with your microphone and camera on. It will be recorded and shared with everyone who registers.

Tickets: this is a free event. Please register as spaces are limited.

Webinar: once you have booked a place, you will be sent an email confirmation with the Zoom dial in details and again just before the webinar.

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