Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne, authors of the bestseller Blue Ocean Strategy, want to dispel the myth that innovation must be disruptive.
This year, the Disruption Summit Europe will celebrate its three-year anniversary by looking back on all the things that have changed since it first began. The event, which will take place on the 10th of September in London, will focus on three main topics: Technology, Innovation and Purpose.
Research undertaken by Forrester shows that technology-driven innovation leaders grow four times faster than their peers. Its latest report, Dare To Disrupt With Technology-Driven Innovation, indicates that leading with technology triples or quadruples returns for businesses.
A joint initiative by the International Association of Innovation Professionals (IAOIP) and the US Chamber of Commerce, Innova-Con 2019 gathers prominent speakers and global innovation management experts in Washington. This year’s theme is “Disruption: The Emerging Landscape of Innovation”, focusing on areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Globalizing Innovation.
Supported by Google, this unique programme is a fully immersive learning experience that focuses on deep-dive case studies and experiential engagement. Aimed at participants experiencing a high level of disruption in their industry, it provides the tools to implement lasting innovation through definition, idea scaling and prioritisation. The Academy, a Google Space, London, United […]
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.
The inaugural Transformation 4.0 interactive forum exposes new ways of thinking and leading organisations in the digital economy. Featuring interactive discussions, case studies and expert insights, the event will discuss how technology is being used to push organisations into the digital age and about embracing an end-user-centric way of innovating.
Standing for Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things & Data, RAID is aimed at C-level executives and senior managers to confront opportunities and challenges of disruptive innovation. The 2018 event welcomes some of the world’st most innovative companies and influential thinkers, with a focus on B2B opportunities.
There is a reason why companies like Google, Ford, Fidelity and Marriott all have their own innovation labs. Not only do they allow room for people to experiment, explore new ways of thinking and hold the promise of creating breakthrough products and services, but they also have plenty of PR value. But do they really deliver, or are they just flashy programmes that fall short of their promise?