“Leverage technology and talent to collaborate, communicate and succeed” is the motto of the Future of Work Summit, which ensures business leaders hear practical examples of how technology has transformed the working environments of tech giants and provides them with the opportunity to take part in lively C-Level debates. Focusing on the approach to fostering […]
A study by CBInsight found that larger companies place the highest importance on innovation, but how do they become high-performing innovators? Here are 4 lessons that businesses can learn from those at the top of the pyramid when it comes to innovation-driven growth.
Embracing randomness and making better mistakes is the moral of this 2011 TEDGlobal talk from economics writer Tim Harford. In “Trial, error and the God Complex”, the speaker touches on how the most successful complex systems have evolved through trial and error, through variation and selection.
Formula One is synonymous with speed, but it’s not just on the track. In partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), F1 has announced a new educational series on driving innovation success for business leaders. The inaugural talk of the F1 Extreme Innovation Series takes place ahead of the Italian Grand Prix on August 30.
The entrepreneurs at Silicon Valley have long recognised that the process of failing quickly to learn quickly is a stepping stone to success, thus creating a culture of “failing forward”. In the fast-paced startup world, failure is a critical part of workplace culture, in the belief that failing fast means innovating faster.
The International Society for Professional Innovation Management holds this 3-day multi-track conference in Stockholm, aimed at researchers, managers, executives and consultants with a passion for innovation management. Leading innovation thought leaders will present hundreds of presentations and workshops on the latest thinking in innovation management, while visitors can network with other innovation professionals from 50 countries […]
One of the biggest challenges facing businesses looking to compete in a digital environment is lack of experimentation, according to the latest study by MIT SMR and Deloitte. The 2018 Digital Business report found that digitally maturing organisations are more likely to experiment and iterate, something that more established companies struggle with.