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Thursday, August 6 • 10:45 - 12:00
Organizing for Innovation (David Bland)

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Abstract:
Innovation, innovation, innovation. It's all you hear in meetings and all you read about in business books and magazines. The confusing aspect behind all of the innovation hype is that we rarely put thought behind how we design environments for which innovation can emerge. I've found that rarely does meaningful innovation occur when people are directly incentivized or tasked with doing so.
The best you can do as a leader, is empower your people and design an environment where innovation can emerge. In this talk, David J Bland will present real world examples of how corporations are organizing, measuring and leading through disruptive innovations to create their next generation of passionate customers. You'll leave this session with actionable advice on how you, as a leader, can effectively design for innovation to emerge within your company.
Learning Outcomes:
  • Actionable tools for designing an innovation strategy (4 actions framework)
  • A model for incremental funding (internal vc + horizon planning)
  • Working agreements and measures for progress (lean startup + innovation accounting)
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David J Bland

Founder, Precoil
David founded Precoil in 2015 to focus on helping both startup founders and enterprise leaders rapidly find product market fit. He's pioneering a new breed of facilitative consulting by blending together Design Thinking, Lean Startup and Agile to make products that matter. | | Previously David was a Principal at Neo in San Francisco and before that at BigVisible. He joined his first startup in 1999 and found success once they pivoted from... Read More →


Thursday August 6, 2015 10:45 - 12:00
Potomac C

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