Couldn't be in Charlotte on 5/23? Here's your chance to catch up.
This Tech Talk is 30min blitz on how big-money-making-and-big-product-shipping F1000 companies can avoid screwing up the innovation end-game.
(And I'll start by defining what the heck "innovation" is... or, rather, what it should be...).
Hit me up with any applause, boos, questions, etc at firstname.lastname@example.org or @pat_morrell.
2 metrics to measure "innovation"... the only 2 that really matter
5 reasons / bad habits that explain why your favorite corporate logos burn through budgets when attempting to "disrupt" (HINT: it involves Pied Piper, Don Draper, & Nest thermostats)
4 tips for how Innovation leaders can make actual progress and still see their kids every day.
And in the Skookum spirit of collaborative innovation, feel free to ping me if you want to learn more and/or review the deck live.
Links to reference articles:
Accenture, 2013, "Why Low-Risk Innovation is Costly"
Gartner / Information Age, Mrach 2014, "70% of CIOs will change their technology and sourcing relationships in the next two to three years"
InformationWeek, April 2014, "Strategic CIO Priorities"
NY Magazine, May 2014, "Let's, Like, Demolish Laundry"
ChiefMarTec, March 2014, "10 things I hate about narrow CIO v. CMO arguments"