Shaping an innovation culture is arguably the most important job of a leader, and real testimony of the culture hence created is the endurance beyond the leader himself. Very few companies have managed to retain a robust culture of innovation that spans generations, if not centuries. What do these firms do differently? Leaders change, people, move, times and trends change, and yet innovation remains. Think of 3M, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Google, BMW, Microsoft, General Electric, and several other stalwarts of innovation. They do things differently and consistently.
The session aims at discussing some of the most important practices of global leaders in shaping an innovation culture and insights on how you could bring such practices at your workplace.
The session aims at delivering the following insights:
1. The components of an innovation culture: People, Processes, and Incentives
2. The power of incentives and routines in shaping an innovation culture
3. Seven practices of the world’s most innovative organizations
Date: 18th April 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue: 4th Floor, Seminar Hall, World Trade Center Bengaluru
Time: 4.30 PM – 6.00 PM
There is no delegate fee, but prior registration is mandatory.
To register, firstname.lastname@example.org / +91 9900064651.