Mark Polson of Estée Lauder leads a whiteboard session on “Building the Foundation for Innovation.”
Elana Wilner and Kristen Krasinskas of InnoLead give out a prize for the Deep Dive’s most active participant.
Lea Sims, Assistant Vice President at USAA Labs, poses a question.
Benoit Guyamier of American Express, Jasmine Khan of The Medici Group, and Elizabeth Biezugbe-McFadden of Occidental Petroleum.
Walmart’s Rick Paster describing innovation ecosystems.
Jason Berns of Ralph Lauren on how to balance selling innovation internally with execution.
Mark Lavallee, Executive Director, R&D The New York Times.
InnoLead’s Scott Kirsner with Dana Naberezny, head of the Jewelry Design and Innovation Workshop at Tiffany & Co.
Participants enjoy lunch discussions in the New Lab atrium.
Dan Seewald, formerly of Pfizer, discusses building an innovation network.
Amy Burmeister of Pearson talks about managing the idea pipeline.
Mark Polson, Vice President of Creativity and Business Innovation, Estée Lauder.
Bill Gaussa of Philips Healthcare talks with Will Handzel of the General Motors iHub.
Dyan Finkhousen of GE discusses the company’s learnings from its open innovation efforts.
Mohammad Ehaab of GM inspects the Farmshelf growing system at New Lab.
Mike LaRhette, Chief Business Officer of New Lab, leads a tour.
New Lab CEO Shaun Stewart with Scott Cohen of InnoLead.
Deep Dive participants use a large format illustration to talk about what stage their companies are at.
Fiona Grandi, National Managing Partner, Innovation & Enterprise Solutions at KPMG, kicks off Day Two with Scott Kirsner of InnoLead.
A breakout group tackles the challenge of working effectively with the business.
Colleen Drummond, KPMG Partner and Head of KPMG’s Innovation Labs.
InnoLead CEO Scott Kirsner explains some of the participant-suggested topics for breakout discussions.
Douglas Clark of Biogen with David Rose of Warby Parker.
At our recent New York City Deep Dive event, leaders from around the US met in New York to discuss tactics for starting and expanding innovation initiatives. On Day One, we met at KPMG Ignition in midtown Manhattan to discuss some of the data from our 2019 Benchmarking Innovation Impact survey; on Day Two, we moved over to New Lab in the Brooklyn Navy Yard for a full day of fireside chats, tours, whiteboard sessions, and lunchtime conversations. Thanks to all our speakers, participants, and to our sponsor, KPMG.
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