In this episode, Jocelyn Mangan, CEO of Him for Her, joins us to discuss how her social impact enterprise is building the boardroom of the future by addressing the gender gap in for-profit boardrooms to increase diversity. Him for Her’s unique approach overcomes the networking gap responsible for the sparsity of women in the boardroom by engaging business luminaries such as Stacy Brown-Philpot, Reid Hoffman, Jeff Weiner, Eric Yuan, and many more to connect the world’s most talented “hers” to board service.
Brad D. Smith, Executive Chairman of the Board of Intuit, shares his lessons in leadership and the role of a CEO in nurturing innovation. He talks about developing a Founder’s mindset, the importance of creating a learning environment where people treat success and failure the same way, and how to deliver the numbers today and reimagine the company for the future.
Learn how Roche Diabetes Care used Agile, Lean Startup and Design Thinking to reinvent themselves to better address disruptive forces in Diabetes Care. Moritz Hartmann, head of the commercialization for EMEA/LATAM shares his leadership lessons learned throughout this journey driving transformation in the highly regulated medical devices industry.
In this episode, we link up with Noel Sobelman, a corporate advisor, researcher, and writer on innovation effectiveness, to discuss portfolio management and what enterprises and leadership can do right now to improve product portfolios by creating a balance of both near-term and long-term investment in new sources of growth.
In any organization, most of the projects you work on will involve multiple stakeholders, each one possessing the ability to impact the progression of a project. This article explains the benefits of identifying and engaging key stakeholders early in the innovation process.
The road to innovation transformation is long. This assessment is designed to help you understand your progress. Are you scaling or failing with your growth efforts? Take this survey, measure your results, and adapt your corporate innovation strategy as needed before it’s too late.
In this episode, we link up with Arthur Daemmrich, Director of the Lemelson Center for the study of invention and innovation at the Smithsonian Institution, to discuss the differences between innovation and invention, and whether or not we have truly entered the fourth industrial revolution.
Research and Development labs don’t bring new innovations to market because they are charged with inventing new technology, but not the commercialization of those inventions. In this post, discover the 3 reasons why these inventions don’t get to market, and how to think about innovation from a new perspective.
The topic of digital transformation is hotter now than ever before, but the fact is, the way people think and work has not changed to fit our new digital reality. In this article, we explore how digital transformation is just as much about changing corporate company culture as it is about updating technology.
Recent studies suggest that enterprise leaders are struggling to find parallels between corporate and innovation strategy. This article explains how executives can play a bigger role in communicating strategy, setting expectations and goals for innovation, and ensuring those efforts are headed in the right direction.