HYPE Webinar: What Corporate Innovators Need to Know on the Execution of Innovation
Webinar Date: Wed, June 10th, 2015 5:00 PM - 5:45 PM CEST
Did you know that the front end of innovation has become the easy part of corporate innovation? The real challenge is the execution part.
Did you know that many companies focus more on ideas than people when it comes to innovation? Ideas are important, but people make things happen and thus the right order of focus should be people first, processes next and then ideas.
If these questions make you think about the execution of innovation in your company’s innovation efforts, then you should join this webinar with Stefan Lindegaard – hosted by HYPE Innovation - in which you will get these insights:
- the key insights corporate innovators miss on the execution of innovation
- how corporate innovation teams can match the right people with the right ideas at the right time for better innovation (hint – the key is people pools)
- examples on how corporate innovation teams at successful companies deal with the execution of innovation
This will be a 45-minute webinar with a 25-minute presentation by Lindegaard followed by a Q&A on the topic.
About Stefan Lindegaard:
Stefan Lindegaard is an author, speaker and strategic advisor. His focus on the topics of open innovation, innovation culture/management and the people side of innovation (the mindset, skills and toolbox needed for innovation today) has propelled him into being a trusted source of inspiration to many large corporations. He believes innovation requires an open and global perspective and he has given talks and worked with companies in Europe, South America, Africa, the U.S. and Asia.
Stefan Lindegaard has written several books including 7 Steps for Open Innovation, Social Media for Corporate Innovators and Entrepreneurs, Making Open Innovation Work and The Open Innovation Revolution. His blog is a globally recognized destination with many free resources (books, white papers, exercises). You can read further at www.15inno.com.