14 January, 2015 | (01 hr)
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Learn to create transformative innovation by embracing the start-up skills of risk tolerance, speed, and agility to incubate breakthrough ideas. Using cases from Cisco, Coca Cola, Unilever, and Jarden among others, hear how large companies with access to brands, scale, and distribution collaborate earlier and more deeply for new business breakthroughs.
This session focuses on:
- How to organize internally to undertake transformative innovation, addressing key success factors including leadership, autonomy, and integration
- How to rethink your approach to core, adjacent, and transformative innovation portfolio management
- New incubation models that others are using successfully, including leveraging outside accelerators
Who should attend: Innovation, product and service development, marketing, business development, human resource, and organization design leaders as well as and senior corporate leaders
Michael E. Docherty
Mike Docherty is a leading innovation expert, entrepreneur and connector, with a variety of broad-based experiences from senior level corporate roles, start-ups, consulting and venture capital.
Mike is currently CEO of Venture2, a consulting and new ventures firm he founded in 2004....Full Bio
Rita Shor is program director for the Product and Service Development and Corporate Brand Management Councils and co-directs the Innovation and Applied Innovation Councils at The Conference Board.
She is also a senior fellow within the Economics and Business Practice. Past work for The Co...Full Bio