School of Innovation
Join me for 1-on-1 conversations with entrepreneurs, academics, and experts who share their experience leading innovation in different organizations across the world. Get bite-size, actionable, and battle-tested tactics to help you on your innovation journey. You’ll learn how to manage innovation, design a winning innovation strategy, and so much more.
Innovation Theater refers to a situation where an organization claims to be doing innovation or promoting innovation but in truth, they are doing very little or whatever they’re doing has very little impact on the organization or its environment. The organization is really just putting on a show, a facade.
Luuk is the Chief Commercial Officer at XNode: a Chinese-Global platform for innovation on a mission to help entrepreneurs and innovators to build companies with a positive global impact.
Kostas is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Informatics and Telematics at Harokopio University of Athens. He holds a PhD in the area of Distributed Systems from the National Technical University of Athens School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Dan is the Community Manager at Stone & Chalk in Adelaide, Australia, where he helps high potential startups partner with leading organizations worldwide.
Anthony is the founder and leader of New Ventures, a tech pipeline that sources and funds innovative solutions to augment Swire Properties operations. Anthony and I talk about how to build innovation into an organization’s existing culture, trends in PropTech, and leading a new ventures team inside a large organization.
A conversation with Andrew Maxwell, Director of Bergeron Entrepreneurs in Science and Technology (BEST) at the Lassonde School of Engineering, about how to build entrepreneurship and innovation capabilities within academia and how large organizations can leverage those capabilities in the business world.
A conversation with Adrian Rubstein, Innovation Manager for LATAM and Argentina at Merck Group, about what it takes to drive innovation within a large organization and why it’s important to always stay curious.
A conversation with Dr. Leonard Lane about how and why they built Fung Academy. Leonard serves a member of the board at Fung Academy and advisor to the group chairman at Li&Fung. He is also a professor at the Paul Merage school of business at the University of California Irvine where he teaches Competitive Strategy, Global Strategy, Competitive Intelligence, and Strategic Innovation.
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