12 September, 2019 | (01 hr)
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Breakthrough innovation requires not just a breakthrough product but wisdom and creativity in getting the organization to buy in and take the product to market. Delta Faucet developed Touch2O, a breakthrough innovation that allows consumers to touch the faucet to turn it on. Despite rave reviews in consumer testing, there were a number of hurdles to get through in the organization to get the product to market.
We are joined by Bob Rodenbeck, Head of R+D / Innovation, Delta Faucet, who will talk us through the product’s journey.
- Using ethnography to identify a breakthrough opportunity
- Making your go-to-market strategy as innovative as the product itself
- Lifting the entire company brand through a product innovation
- Creating an organizational appetite for innovation for years to come
Earn 1 CPE credit
Business Management & Organization
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Pam Henderson, Ph.D.
Pam Henderson, Ph.D., is CEO of NewEdge, Inc., a growth, strategy and design firm that advises companies across every industry including over 75 Fortune 500 and 50 startups and non-profits. Pam pioneered Opportunity Thinking™ principles, a new approach to innovation that helps organizations...Full Bio
With a background in the aerospace, security and plumbing industries, Bob Rodenbeck brings a diverse set of skills in engineering, product marketing and innovation to his leadership role as senior director of research and development of Delta Faucet Company. Throughout Bob’s 30+ year career...Full Bio
John Metselaar leads Europe's Innovation Council, which is based in Brussels. He also serves as a senior fellow in innovation, leadership, strategy, culture and change, as well as digital transformation.
Metselaar is professor of management practice in “Leading and Living Innovation...Full Bio