Hosted workshops are designed to enable in-depth knowledge exchange and dialogue between attendees about innovation challenges of their interest and how to implement specific innovation practices in their firms.

 

Each workshop is attended by 160-200 innovation executives and includes:


Presentations by executive speakers and industry experts


Immersive roundtable discussions on selected topics


Informal networking breaks to build connections




workshops

  • Workshops in Europe
  • Workshops in China
  • Workshops in the USA

Agile & Lean Startup Culture Transforming Established Firms into Agile and Innovative Organizations with a Mindset of Experimentation and New Growth

Presentations by:
GE, Volkswagen, Bayer, Lufthansa, Manchester Univ.

Agenda Outline

GETransforming a Behemoth – Changing Course and Culture, and Implementing Lean Beyond the Factory Floor

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Alliance Manchester Business SchoolHow Agile Leadership Can Transform Your Business: A Blueprint for Change in Our Digital Age

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Roundtable Discussion I: 1) 8 ways to scale agile; 2) Selection of topics

Volkswagen Ideation:HubWorking Agile in a Non-Agile Environment: Setting Up Cross-Functional Teams and Combining with Design Sprints and Lean Startup

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Roundtable Discussion II: 1) 8 ways to scale agile; 2) Selection of topics

BayerThe Journey in Adopting Lean and Agile, Building Networks of Coaches and Ambassadors, Changing the Culture, and Driving Intrapreneurship

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Panel and Plenary Sharing, with feedback from exercises

Drinks on the premises

Lufthansa GroupPost-workshop session: Acting Agile in a Corporate World - A New Perspective on Collaboration Enacted with Improv

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Agile: Bringing Agile Ways of Working to a Non-Agile Environment • Ten Key Transformational Steps for the Agile Journey • Developing Agile Teams as Step Towards Corporate Agility • Creating Practical Agile Leadership Principles from Best-In- Class Businesses and Leaders • Scaling Agile across Different Cultures • Overcoming Barriers to Agility and Becoming a More Agile Leader • Building an Outcome-Focused Agile Business That Is Innovative and Customer Centric • Adapting to Ever-Changing Competitive Conditions

Lean Startup, Design Thinking and Agile: Sequencing Design Thinking and Lean Startup by Identifying Problems, Building Prototypes, and Using Build-Measure-Learn Loops • Using an Integrative Approach, Combining Design Thinking, Lean Startup and Agile • Using Agile and Lean to Provide Context to Projects • Basing Design Thinking Process on Product Backlog with Epics and User Stories

Exercise: 8 ways to scale agile, and how to become a more agile leader.

Digital Services and Startup Collaboration Enhancing Core Products with Digital Services and Creating Them Together with Digital Startups

Presentations by:
GE, Daimler Fleetboard, Henkel, Grundfos, Startup Autobahn, Sampler, Augury

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GE PowerSmart Infrastructures – How Start-Up Solutions Can Enhance Grown-Up Business Models

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Roundtable Discussion I: Insights and challenges in Digital Services and Startup Collaboration

Daimler FleetboardSetting up a Hub for Digital Innovation within a Large Firm – and the Story of a Digital Startup Acquisition

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Next Level of Digital Transformation: HenkelX Ventures as Open Innovation and Collaboration Platform to Create a Unique Ecosystem of Founders, Entrepreneurs and Industry PeersHenkelX Ventures

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Startup Collaboration for the Long Run: Attracting the Right Startups and Overcoming the Not-Invented-Here SyndromeStartup Autobahn (Daimler)

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Roundtable Discussion II: Selection of topics

GrundfosLeveraging Digital Innovation and Startup Collaboration to Move into Services and Achieve Sustainability Goals

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Fireside chat on corporate-startup collaboration, with HenkelX Ventures & Sampler.io and Grundfos & Augury

Drinks on the premises


Abstract

Digital Services: moving from products to (digital) services, setting up a digital innovation hub, crafting strategy for digital initiatives, driving digital innovation, establishing proximity to customers, and tailoring approaches for platform collaboration.

Startup collaboration: leveraging startups for digital transformation, winning the war for startups, overcoming not-invented-here, startup incubation & acceleration, managing expectations, maintaining momentum, startup collaboration methods, mentality of speedy test-and-learn, adapting to the clockspeed of digital startups, and integrating startups into internal initiatives.

Sustainability and the Role of Ecosystems Putting Sustainability and Circularity at the Heart of Innovation – and Leveraging External Ecosystems for This

Presentations by:
BNP Paribas, Dell, IKEA, L'Oréal, DSM, Univ. Manchester

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BNP ParibasSustainability Transformation: Quantifying CSR Commitments on Four Pillars and Innovating Solutions to Contribute Positively to Society

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DSMTaking an Integrative and Purpose-Led Approach to Sustainable and Circular Economy Driven Innovation

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Roundtable Discussion I: Choice between: 1) Exercise on Strategic Foresight and Future Scenario Planning for Climate Risks, facilitated by BNP Paribas; 2) issues of special interest in sustainability and ecosystems

L’OréalTransforming the Company for Sustainable and Circularity-Driven Innovation: Lessons from a Seven-Year Journey and Next Steps with Disruptive Innovation for a Green Future

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University of ManchesterThe Promises and Paradoxes of Innovation for Sustainability

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Roundtable Discussion II: Choice between: 1) Exercise on Key Sustainability Issues and Innovation Approaches; 2) selection of topics

IKEAInnovating for Positive Impact: Taking a Customer Perspective and Collaborating with Startups

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Dell TechnologiesInnovating for Sustainability and Circularity: Moving from Intrapreneurship toward a Culture of Sustainable Innovation

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Panel & Plenary Sharing

Drinks on the premises


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Innovation for Sustainability and Circularity: crafting purpose-led and performance-driven innovation strategy, measuring impact of sustainability, balancing circularity with CO2 reduction, analyzing promises and paradoxes of sustainability, integrating sustainability and circularity in product innovation, closed-loop plastics and ocean bound plastics packaging, managing sustainability challenges, setting up reverse supply chains, organizing for sustainability, setting up an incubator for sustainable innovation.

The Role of Ecosystems: partnering up with ecosystems to scale sustainable innovations, in-boarding externally developed solutions, using ecosystems to source knowledge and technology, partnerships with NGOs.

Exercise: identify sustainability issues, develop societally impactful solutions, and reorienter the business for positive impact.

People & Culture for Digital Transformation Implementing an Agile Culture for a Digital World, Enabling People and Talent to Thrive, Training Leaders, and Adopting a Mindset of Fail, Learn & Trust

Presentations by:
Siemens, Volvo Cars, Airbus, Adidas, Covestro, Wärtsilä

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SiemensThe Internet of Humans: Why People Matter in IoT Transformations

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Roundtable Discussion I: Insights and challenges on people, culture, leadership, and agility for digital transformation

AirbusBuilding Digital Businesses: Lessons Learned on Culture and People Competencies Required for Success

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CovestroA Digital Transformation Journey: How to Enter a Completely New Area within a Conservative Industry

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Volvo CarsDriving Agile Transformation with Behavior Change and Early Adopters

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Roundtable Discussion II: 1) Tools & Games for Ideation and Innovation in Teams (moderated by Adidas); 2) Selection of topics

WärtsiläDriving Digital Transformation through Culture – and Implications for Leadership

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Panel and Plenary Sharing

Drinks on the premises


Abstract

People, Culture and Leadership for Digital Transformation: Creating a Smart Technology Culture with Five Dimensions • Scaling the IoT Transformation by Focusing on the Role of People • Training Senior Leaders to Enable Them to Become Supporters of the Digital Transformation • Developing Leadership Models by Identifying Core Traits & Business-Specific Skillsets • Starting the Transformation with a Core Group of Enthusiasts and Senior Leaders – and Then Consolidating • Leveraging Grassroots Initiatives & Consolidating to Formulate and Implement Strategy • Changing Rules and Removing Rigidities to Enable Talent to Thrive • Building the Right Digital and Business Capabilities & Initiating the Right Digital Projects • Building Digital Businesses – from Platforms to Solutions and Monetizing Assets

Implementing Agile for Digital Transformation: Building the “Fail, Learn and Trust” Environment for Innovation • Fostering Adoption of Agile by Changing Behaviors & Getting Leadership on Board • Managing the Interface Between Agile and Non-Agile Teams • Driving Change by Working with Early Adopters to Reach Critical Mass

From Technology Prototype to Scaling Business Scaling (Digital) Technologies from PoC and Creating Digital Services and New Business Models

Presentations by:
Siemens, Tetra Pak, Bosch, AkzoNobel, Wacker, Sanofi

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SiemensFrom Startup to Scale-Up – How Siemens Creates Sustainable New Business From New Ideas

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BoschGrowing New Businesses in a Corporate Setting: Motivation, Approaches, and Lessons Learned

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Roundtable Discussion I: 1) Immature Business Plans and

Tetra PakMoving From PoC to Scaling Digital Business: Lessons Learned from Digital Initiatives within the Tetra Pak Services Business

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AkzoNobelIncubating Digital Businesses from Prototype to Scaling – and Overcoming the Organizational Obstacles

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Roundtable Discussion II: 1) Evaluation of Business Models, moderated exercise; 2) Selection of topics

SanofiCollaborating with a Startup Accelerator, Clustering New Business Opportunities, and Introducing an Agile Approach to New Business Creation

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WackerCreating Tomorrow’s New Businesses in Silicon Valley

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Fireside Chat (with speakers from Sanofi and Wacker): Front End of Disruptive Innovation: Internal Startups in Silicon Valley & External Startups with Accelerator

Panel & Plenary sharing

Drinks on the premises


Abstract

Creating New Businesses and Digital Services: Developing and Incubating New Digital & Service-Based Businesses • Setting Up an Incubator to Drive Change and Prepare the Organization for the Future • Overcoming Organizational Challenges to Accelerating Digital Innovation • Involving Employees in Entrepreneurial Activities – from Bottom-Up to Top-Down Initiatives • Evaluating Business and Technology Readiness for a Clear Path Forward • Leveraging Tools for Digital Innovation and Servitization - from Innovation Story Canvas to Where to Play • Getting the Sales Department on Board with Digital Services • Tailoring the Approach to Projects Based on Topics and Proximity to the Core • Leveraging Machine Learning to Generate Data Streams and Develop APIs

Scaling New Businesses: Involving the Right People & Getting Leadership Support • Managing Adoption Challenges to Ensure Success • Measuring Progress & Making Evidence-Based Decisions • Focusing on Real User Problems – Learning & Iterating • Enabling a Continuous Loop of Creating PoCs – Accelerating and Rolling Out

Internal & External Startups for New Business Creation Supporting Intrapreneurs and Leveraging External Startups to Build New Business Models

Presentations by:
Microsoft for Startups, BMW, CEIBS, Merck, Philips, Covestro

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Internal Startups and Intrapreneurs: getting the right people on board, encouraging new ideas and startups from within, nurturing an innovation culture where intrapreneurs can create startups, getting business units to invest in ideas and startups, assessing the readiness of startups to transition to operating units, and building a gamechanging innovation proficiency.

Collaborating with External Startups for Growth: attracting and leveraging startups, collaborating with them, partnering with incubators & accelerators, adapting processes to the speed of startups, forming & scaling partnerships, and following the venture market.

Digital Transformation & Digital Startups Mastering Digital Innovation – Transforming the Organization and Leveraging the Startup Ecosystem

Presentations by:
Airbus, Michelin, Sanofi, EDF, Porsche, Philips

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Digital Transformation: building digital business models and platforms, leveraging digital to create new services, changing customer relationships, rethinking value chains, and creating smart and connected products that leverage IoT and enable new value propositions.

Organizational Transformation: creating an organizational capability for digital business model innovation, setting up a digital incubation unit and balancing centralization vs business unit ownership.

Leveraging the Startup Ecosystem: mapping and understanding the Chinese startup ecosystem, identifying the right technologies & startups, and considering a suitable maturity stage for engaging.

Business Model Innovation in the Digital Era Creating New Businesses Using Digital and IoT – and Organizing for Internal and External Startups

Presentations by:
ENGIE, Konica Minolta, Bosch, Volvo Car Mobility, Volkswagen, New Design University

Agenda Outline

ENGIEEven Big Companies can Innovate: Funding and Organizing for New Business Creation, Leveraging Startups, Spotting Weak Signals, and Embracing Digital Innovation

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New Design University St. PöltenHow to Find Business Model Innovation Ideas and Introduce Them to the Market: Innovation Culture as a Key Success Factor

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Roundtable Discussion I: 1) Exercise on Rethinking Business Models; 2) Exercise on Innovating and Scaling in Ecosystems; 3) Selection of topics

Volvo Car MobilityBuilding a Fully Standalone Company to Offer a Real Alternative to Car Ownership in Cities

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Konica MinoltaCreating, Incubating and Scaling New Digital Businesses: Organizing, Success Factors and Partnering with Startups

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Roundtable Discussion II: 1) Exercise on Rethinking Business Models; 2) Exercise on Innovating and Scaling in Ecosystems; 3) Selection of topics

Volkswagen GroupIncubating and Accelerating New Business Models, Creating Digital Services, and Managing Organizational Obstacles

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BoschThe Journey of Developing a Digital Business and Scaling It within a Large Firm

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Wrap up and Plenary Sharing

Drinks on the premises


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Business Model Innovation: Setting up a Startup to Disrupt the Core Business • The Methodology for Business Model Innovation – from Initiation to Implementation • Scaling at the Right Time by Validating and Maturing New Business Models • Setting up an Internal Incubator or Accelerator – from Organizing to Culture and Ways of Working • Leveraging Business Model Patterns to Go beyond Industry Logic and Think outside the Box • Identifying the Right Way to Organize for New Businesses – from Resource Allocation to Management Approach • The Limitations and Applicability of Lean Startup for Business Model Innovation in Corporations • Enabling Fast Decision-Making and Clear Communication • Creating and Developing New Digital Businesses • Validating Uncertain Ventures and Working with User Feedback • Selecting the Right Ideas to Avoid Innovation Theatre • Finding the Right Balance between Integration with vs Separation from the Core • Implementing New Digital Business Models in a Large Hardware-Based Firm • Partnering Strategically – and Leveraging Collaborations to Learn and Scale Faster

Startup Collaboration: Make vs Buy Decisions • Integrating External Startups Into the Organization • Leveraging Internal and External Incubators/Accelerators • Adapting the Approach to the Size and Speed of Startups

Customer Centric Innovation & Portfolio Management Making Balanced, Customer Oriented, and Agile Portfolio Decisions – and Leveraging Customer Insights and Market Experiments for Innovation

Presentations by:
ENGIE, Philips, Solvay, Danone, P&G

Agenda Outline

ENGIEBeing Customer Centric in New Business Creation and in a B2B Context – and Allocating Resources in a New Business Creation Context

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PhilipsNeeds-Driven Innovation Portfolio: Balancing Core vs. New Business

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Roundtable Discussion I: Insights and challenges

SolvayPortfolio Management: Leveraging Agility and Customer-Validated Insights for Breakthrough Innovation

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DanoneDriving User Centricity: Generating User Experience Insights, Co-Designing with Users, Changing Mindsets and Engaging Internally

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Roundtable Discussion II: Selection of topics

P&GShaping the Future: Designing Future Ideas with Today’s Consumers

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Panel and Plenary Sharing

Drinks on the premises


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Portfolio Management: Ensuring Agility in Executing Portfolio Choices • Using Strategy and Real Customer Needs to Drive Portfolio Choices • Balancing Investments in the Core versus New Business • Balancing Long-Term Focus on Technology Platforms with Fast Decisions on Specific Projects

Customer-Centric Innovation: Driving a Customer-Centric Mindset throughout the Organization • Leveraging Digital Tools to Enable Fast Delivery of Breakthrough Projects • Applying a Customer-Centric Approach for New Business Creation Tailored to B2B • Co- Designing and Iterating with Different Tribes of Users • Embedding User-Centric Teams within the Business and Operations • Using Prototypes and Market Experiments for New Business Creation • Building a Strong Global Community to Drive User Centricity – and Working Cross-Functionally • Anticipating Users’ Needs by Leveraging User Observation and Google Search Analysis • Making Go/ No-Go Decisions and Resource Allocation within a New Business Creation Context • Getting Quantitative Customer Input Early and throughout the Innovation Process

Culture of Design Thinking & Innovation Instilling Design Thinking, Experimentation, and Agility into the Organization – and Rethinking Management Principles

Presentations by:
Volvo, Amazon, Nike, Samsung, Philips, Intuit, Stanford University, and more tba

Agenda Outline

Detailed program to be published in early March.


Abstract

Culture of Design Thinking and Innovation: leveraging design thinking methods and fostering a culture of design thinking, nurturing an innovative culture that is playful and experimenting with a focus on understanding customers and finding creative ways to deliver new value for them, in other words building a customer centric innovation culture.

Design Thinking, Experimentation, and Agility: linking the three approaches, leveraging design thinking for innovation, using Lean Startup and build-measure- learn loops and MVPs to iterate and find the sweetspot in the market, and rethinking the organization for agility by adapting team-work, hierarchy, and leadership.

Gamechanging Innovation with Startups Plugging into Startup Ecosystems Effectively and Leveraging Silicon Valley to Boost Business Model Innovation and Transformation

Presentations by:
Volvo, Cisco, Gore, SAP, Schneider Electric, UC Berkeley and more tba

Agenda Outline

Detailed program to be published in early March.


Abstract

Collaborating with external startups for growth: attracting and leveraging startups, collaborating with them effectively, adapting collaboration practicies to the speed and size of startups, partnering with incubators & accelerators, and following the venture market.

Tapping into the Silicon Valley startup ecosystem: leveraging the startup community in Silicon Valley for innovation, building a map of the ecosystem, setting up an outpost or startup incubator in Silicon Valley.

Leadership for Innovation, Agile & Transformation Adapting Managerial Roles for Agility, Driving Innovation & Transformation in Times of Change & Uncertainty, and Cultivating Leadership to Give Meaning and Inspiration in a VUCA World

Agenda Outline

Detailed program to be published in early March.


Abstract

Times of change represent unique organizational and leadership challenges. Ambidextrous leadership skills are needed to build new revenue streams, skills, and organizational foundations while ensuring a healthy core business to ensure survival and finances for the transition.

The event will address:

  1. how to transform organizations to address the needs driven by changes such as digitalization and eventual recessions; and
  2. how to develop leaders who have the foresight, tenacity, and human skills to drive and support transformation.

Circular Business Models & Startups / Ecosystems Building Circularity into Product & Service Innovation and Leveraging Startups & Ecosystems for Circular Business Models

Presentations by:
Electrolux, IKEA, Ellen MacArthur Foundation and more tba

Agenda Outline

Detailed program to be published in early March.


Abstract

Creating value with circular business models, building alliances and ecosystems to enable them, exploring value creation opportunities through systems-wide innovations, implementing key pillars to build a circular economy-based system, success factors for circular initiatives, identifying partners across the value chain for closed-loop collaborations, driving organizational & mindset changes to accelerate the system shift to circularity, setting goals and creating full-impact metrics, integrating circular economy perspective into the organization’s strategy, and developing a circular portfolio based on market insights & sustainability trends.

Service Innovation and Business Models Moving Beyond Products into Services, and Building New Business Models

Presentations by:
Electrolux, Airbus, Ericsson, Aston University and more tba

Agenda Outline

Detailed program to be published in early March.


Abstract

Servitization: moving beyond products into (digital) services, creating business models that integrate services into the offering, aligning with Sales and other functions and organizing for business models that include services.

Building new business models: finding ways to innovate existing business models, building ambidextrous capabilities, and setting up an internal incubator for business model innovation.

Digital Business Innovation with IoT, AI, and 3D Printing Creating Value with Digital Innovation, AI and 3D Printing – Identifying and Implementing New Business Models and Use Cases

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Digital Innovation: leveraging digital technologies to create new value propositions and business models, creating digital platform and service-oriented business models, and organizing for digital transformation.

IoT: building smart products, connecting products to get closer to customers and create new value for them, leveraging IoT to optimize operations, ensuring end-to-end control of the supply chain, and enabling connected customer journeys.

AI: understanding AI use cases, leveraging AI for innovation and value creation, and using AI to improve decisions.

3D Printing: leveraging additive manufacturing for prototyping and creating new value and business models.

Design Thinking, Lean Startup & Agile Creating an Integrated Innovation Approach and Culture Using Elements of Design Thinking, Lean Startup, and Agile

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Design Thinking: making Design Thinking available to teams inside the firm and co-creating with customers.

Lean Startup: using experimentation and iteration and MVPs – also in asset-heavy industries.

Agile: being agile, and getting people and leaders on board.

Linking the Three Approaches: challenges & limitations of each, and using them in an integrated way to boost innovation in complex firms.

Creating Leaps in Customer Value Finding Innovative Ways to Enhance Customer Experience – and Leveraging Data & AI to Inform Value Propositions

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Customer Value and Customer Experience: using a design thinking approach to innovation, leveraging customer insights to create novel solutions, and enhancing customer experience.

Data & AI for Customer Experience: leveraging AI and data to personalize and customize and in other ways create new experiences and added value for customers.

Culture of Innovation, Customer Experience, & Co-Creation Nurturing a Customer Centric Innovation Culture Throughout, with Customer Wants at Its Heart (Including Ethics & Sustainability)

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Accepting risk-taking and encouraging creative expression, using customer centricity as the guiding principle to lead change and facilitate collaborative innovation, orchestrating change with both top-down and bottom-up culture-change elements, thriving by fostering innovation, implementing a flat hierarchy, building an always learning culture, cultivating a culture of insight-driven co-creation and design thinking, and bringing digital initiatives and customer-centric approaches together.

Business Model Innovation & Agile Organization Creating New (Digital) Business Models and Building an Agile Organization and Culture for the Age of Digitalization and Uncertainty

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Business Model Innovation: innovating beyond the core, finding & validating new business models, encouraging new ideas and startups from within.

Agile Organization and Culture: large-scale agile transformation in a multinational company, becoming fast and adaptive to compete in the Chinese context and ecosystem, supporting leaders in making the shift to an agile mindset, and spreading agile culture through storytelling and agility coaches.

Ecosystems and Circular Business Models Creating Value with Innovation for Sustainability and Circular Business Models – and Leveraging Ecosystems for Innovation

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Innovation for Sustainability and Circularity: integrating sustainability and circularity in product innovation, creating value with circular business models, integrating circular economy perspective into the organization’s strategy, developing a circular portfolio based on market insights & sustainability trends.

The Role of Ecosystems: partnering up with ecosystems to scale sustainable innovations, in-boarding externally developed solutions, using ecosystems to source knowledge and technology, building alliances and ecosystems to enable circularity.

Emerging Technologies and Foresighting Leveraging AI, Blockchain, Quantum Computing, IoT – and Using Tech Foresighting to Inform Innovation

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Emerging technologies: identifying relevant emerging technologies and use cases, finding suitable applications inside the business, getting early revenue streams, leveraging new technologies to innovate value propositions and business models.

Foresighting: understanding the impact and opportunities from emerging technologies and other long-term trends, translating foresights into innovation and action.

Transforming Organizations for a Digital Future Building Organizational Capabilities for Renewal and Change – to Address the Digital Revolution and the Shift to a Circular Economy

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Transforming established organizations to a new reality of VUCA and digital and circular economy, creating organizations that are fit for innovation and change, building leadership capabilities for change and agility, preparing and supporting people within the organization for change and upheaval.

Internal & External Startups Creating New Businesses Inside the Company and Working with Startups to Boost Innovation

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Abstract

New business creation is achieved with internal or external startups – and the best approach may be to combine them, also to ensure an internal platform for external startups.

Internal Startups for New Business Creation: encouraging startups from within, setting up an internal incubation unit, enabling intrapreneurs to create startups, and getting business units to invest and eventually receive startups.

External Startup Collaboration: attracting and leveraging startups, partnering with external accelerators, adapting processes to the speed of startups, and working with startups by managing expectations.

Sustainability, Circularity and Customer Centricity Rethinking Business Models and Supply Chains for Sustainability and Circularity without Compromising on Customer Value and Profits

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Creating sustainable innovations and circular business models that are not only good for the environment but are also popular with customers and shareholders, including sustainability as a key element for innovation, and driving circular economy based initiatives within the company.

Front End and Customer Centric Innovation Using Customer Empathy to Inspire Idea Generation & Portfolio Decisions – and Fostering a Culture of Customer Centric & Agile Innovation

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Generating customer insights, translating insights into innovations and using them for portfolio decisions, applying design thinking approaches for innovation, and getting everyone internally to adopt a customer-centric mindset.

Lean Startup Mindset for Innovation Using Lean Startup for New Business Creation, Nurturing a Fail Fast Innovation Culture from Top to Bottom, and Aligning Metrics

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Creating new businesses by experimenting and learning from experiments, accepting failure as a part of the innovation journey, and adapting the way projects are measured and discussed with managers to account for the uncertainty of gamechanging innovation.

Culture of Trust & Psychological Safety Enhancing Agility, Nurturing a Culture of Trust and Collaboration for Innovation, and Aligning Leadership Principles

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Engendering trust and a sense of psychological safety in order to foster a culture where innovation and creativity can thrive, cultivating organizational agility, and supporting leaders in the shift to agile organization forms and in creating an environment of trust and safety for innovation.

Digital, IoT, & AI for Customer Value Creating Customer Value with Digital Technologies, IoT, and AI – Connecting with Customers in New Ways, Reducing Costs, and Personalizing Offerings

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Leveraging digital tools, IoT, AI for innovation and to get closer to customers with smart/connected products and personalized/customized offerings; creating (supply chain) efficiences to drive down costs for customers; understanding AI use cases and data analytics opportunities to learn more about customers and provide seamless & customized offerings.

INNOVATION ROUNDTABLE® Summit 2020

Copenhagen 3-5 November

The world’s largest gathering of innovation executives in large multinational firms, attended by:

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