“Business Innovation meets Social Transformation” is the motto of the Social Innovation Summit, an annual event that represents a global convening of black swans and wayward thinkers. The event convenes the world’s most potent leaders, thinkers, and practitioners with an unwavering bias towards action and a push towards scale.
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.
In this video from McKinsey, Artificial Intelligence experts from some of the world’s leading technology-first organisations talk about how companies can apply AI to their business, now and in the future.
Can you unlock the potential to create and nurture the crazy ideas that change the world? Physicist Safi Bahcall explains how in Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries.
Expected to be the biggest and best yet, the Creative Innovation 2019 (Ci2019) conference will explore the theme ‘Human Intelligence 2.0 – A collective future: How will we manage the transition?’ in Melbourne, Australia, between April 1st-3rd. Described as the place to imagine and prepare for the future, the 8th annual innovation summit will welcome […]
In what he calls an era of “always-on” transformation, organisational change expert Jim Hemerling outlines five strategic imperatives, all of which have one thing in common: putting people first.
Podcasts have become an essential source of news, knowledge and inspiration for business leaders, innovation managers and entrepreneurs. As the year draws to a close, the Innovation Matrix team has picked the 7 best podcasts of 2018 to inspire you in the year ahead.
Although many American cities have long been home to thriving technological ecosystems, high-tech startups are expanding beyond the US and are growing significantly across the world, according to the report Rise of the Global Startup City. The Harvard Business Review analysed more than 100,000 venture deals across 600 countries and found that startups have truly […]
The potential applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been a hot talking point for businesses in recent years, particularly when it comes to the subject of digital transformation. While it is true that AI will radically alter how organisations work, experts believe that it can’t act alone: research shows that a new kind of collaborative intelligence, where humans and machines work together, is the future of innovation.