They promise you the most action-focused, no-beating-around-the-bush type of insights you can get from a 4-hour mindstretch morning where “corporate” and “innovation” are used in the same sentence.
When: Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Time: 09:00 – 13:00
Venue: Arhitektuurikeskus Gallery Hall at Kultuurikatel
The session will be conducted in English.
09:00 – Gathering and coffee
09:20 – Welcoming words
09:30 – Sean Watson: “Fortune500 and innovation”
10:20 – Priit Salumaa: “Corporate Innovation- Avoiding Death Traps”
11:00 – Coffee Break
11:20 – Andres Peets: “VUNK- Fostering Intrapreneurship in Telia”
12:00 – Andrea Rosen: “Don’t Believe The Hype”
12:50 – Final words and wrapping up
Middle and senior level managers in companies both large and small
People working with innovation, business development, marketing or any other strategic areas
Anyone interested in launching or accelerating their organisation’s innovation initiatives
Learn how to think about or start with innovation in your company – doesn’t matter if you’re big or small
Benefit from valuable insights shared about corporate+startup collaboration possibilities
Understand how to assess your company’s current “innovation health”
Gain tons of practical insights and inspiration
“What even Fortune500 companies don’t get about innovation”
Sean Watson drives strategic partnerships, curriculum development, and content for Silicon Valley-born Singularity University’s Innovation Partnership Program, a joint venture between XPRIZE, Singularity University, Deloitte and 30 firms in the Fortune 500 including Coca-Cola, SAP, Google, Dow, Genentech, Caterpillar, Macy’s, Airbus and others. IPP is an innovation ecosystem helping Fortune 500 senior executives harness exponentially growing technologies (e.g. Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, 3D Printing, Digital Biology, Virtual & Augmented Reality and Crowdsourcing), adopt emerging business models, and tap into up and coming tech ecosystems around the globe.
In his presentation, Sean will give an overview about where the world around is heading, what does that mean for established businesses who are still feeling very comfortable and also his insights into Fortune500 companies innovation initiatives.
“Don’t believe the hype”
Corporate and startup relationships are all the hype now in the tech and entrepreneurship ecosystem environment. But is it working? If so, why are we still so confused about it? Is it harder from the corporate side or startup side? Are we disrupting, or just feeding into a future of the same with corporates?
In this keynote, Andrea, the Chief Innovation Officer at CUBE, will explain how she works with some of Germany’s top corporates, as well as give insights on a methodology for scaling innovation.
“Corporate Innovation – Avoiding Death Traps”
Priit is the co-founder of Garage48, ELEVATE, Latitude59, Mobile Monday and IT company Mooncascade. This means he has been collaborating with different kind of companies on their innovation initiatives for several years. Priit is going to share about what he sees as the main pitfalls on why innovation initiatives and projects die inside corporates and the mistakes to avoid.
Case Study: “VUNK: Fostering intrapreneurship in Telia”
* €259 ticket price includes access to the session and a 2-day general pass to Latitude59 2018
** If you’ve already bought your ticket and would like to upgrade it to attend “So You Think You Can Innovate?”, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
ELEVATE is a family of business innovators, technology experts, visionaries and entrepreneurs grown out of Garage48 Foundation and focusing on corporate innovation. We bring the entrepreneurial mindset and co-creation power from the startup world to established businesses. We design and facilitate the whole process from management board onboarding to ideation, hackathons and post-hackathon incubation. Our clients are companies like Kühne+Nagel, Telia and Levira.