08 April, 2015 | (01 hr)
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Companies that have strong innovation track records have cultures that attract, encourage, mentor, and reward innovators. There are as many winning formulas to creating such a culture as there are companies. But virtually all share some common characteristics such as balancing freedom with discipline and tolerating mistakes. Panelists will describe what they have found most effective in creating and building stronger innovation cultures. Their lessons are relevant, whether you’re a department executive looking for ways to move your team toward more creativity and initiative or whether you're leading innovation at the corporate-wide level.
Who Should Attend: Executives and other leaders charged with delivering innovation within their discipline, business unit, or across multiple disciplines: business process, finance, human resources, product development, technology, customer experience, brand, marketing research, communications, organizational culture, change management, and digital strategy.
As Senior Vice President, Research, Disney Channels Worldwide, Kelly Peña is responsible for research to support Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD and Radio Disney. She leads a cross-functional research team that identifies consumer trends, develops brand strategies, and provi...Full Bio
Udaiyan (U.J.) Jatar is the CEO of Blue Earth Network, a transformational growth team that works with founders and CEOs to define organizational purpose, invent disruptive solutions and create business models for scalable growth....Full Bio
Anne Greer began working with The Conference Board in 2012. Along with Rita Shor, she directs the annual Innovation Master Class, designed for advanced learned among Fortune 500 executives responsible for leading innovation in their companies. She is program co-director for The Confere...Full Bio