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 […]
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Top innovation coaches Rowan Gibson, Darrell Mann and Simon Dewulf will bring a strong triplet workshop conference, with interactive, practical emersion into hands-on innovation tools and methods. The conference gathers a network of 70+ attendees in innovation, CEO’s, CInO’s, CTO’s, R&D managers, innovation managers, design thinkers and product developers for strong debates and group sessions.