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Master Class: Get Your Company Out of the Innovation Comfort Zone

2022-09-22T18:03:00+01:00

David Matheson, CEO and Co-Founder of SmartOrg, shared a strategy to help innovators move their priorities from what he calls “the Comfort Zone” into “the Discovery Zone.” This interactive Master Class gave participants a glimpse into a new metrics system to help them score and rank innovation issues within their ...

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    What It Takes to Build a Successful New Venture

    2022-05-09T17:30:00+01:00

    Building and launching new ventures inside large organizations is no easy task. In this Master Class replay, Sean Sheppard of U+ unpacks the most powerful lessons and insights that he has gained after over 20 years of experience bringing new products to market. 

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    Ideas Aren’t Enough. What’s Your Innovation ROI?

    2022-04-12T18:11:00+01:00

    In this Master Class replay, Suzan Briganti and Mary Ann Bianco of Swarm Vision discuss the importance of delivering measurable results through innovation and examine the mindsets of consistently successful innovators around the world. 

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    Centers of Excellence: How Companies Like LEGO, GlaxoSmithKline, and Bang & Olufsen Innovate

    2022-03-24T20:28:00+00:00

    In this Master Class replay, Jay Peters discusses the success factors that drive innovation; examined the keys to creating a “center of excellence”; and highlighted lessons from companies such as Lego, GlaxoSmithKline, and more. 

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    Converting Ideas into Realized Value at Cisco

    2022-02-24T17:05:00+00:00

    In this Master Class, Artem Ignatenko and Tad Haas discuss Cisco’s journey of establishing an “assembly line for innovation delivery,” creating one seamless and holistic process for converting successful ideas into business value. 

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    Insights from Winners of the 2021 Impact Awards

    2021-11-29T11:58:00+00:00

    In this webcast, several winners of our 2021 Impact Awards share tips on how they’ve been making change happen inside their organizations.

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    How Leading Brands Use Cognitive Diversity to Drive Innovation

    2021-10-08T20:30:00+01:00By

    Breakthrough innovation requires people with different mindsets to deliver big outcomes. And that cognitive diversity helps teams to see things differently and think differently. In this one-hour Master Class replay, learn how to collaborate with all kinds of creators: outliers, misfits, rebels, and crazy ones to envision ...

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    Innovation Showcase Replay — September 2021

    2021-09-21T17:27:00+01:00

    At our recent Innovation Showcase Series webcast, in September of 2021, a dozen of Innovation Leader’s strategic partners shared software, services offerings, and other solutions that can help corporate innovators achieve more. Here’s a replay of the event.

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    10 Strategies to Jump-start Your Innovation Commitment

    2021-08-11T13:00:00+01:00

    It was all there—you had management support and set up an innovation strategy. You rallied stakeholders and ran idea campaigns. Participation was good. You gathered promising ideas and implemented some of them. Then, interest and engagement faded away. Everyone agrees that innovation is key to your organization, so why are ...

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    Innovation Tips from the Music World

    2021-06-03T14:40:00+01:00

    What can innovators at large companies learn from top musicians like Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake? In their latest book Two Beats Ahead, Panos Panay and R. Michael Hendrix explore what the most successful creatives in the music world can teach teams at large companies. In this webcast replay, Panay and Hendrix discuss what we can learn from musicians about collaboration, knowing your audience, and experimentation.

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