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Corporate Innovations Paradigm

An innovative way to innovation design.

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An all new way to innovation

This seminar provides a radical new perspective on innovation, and what can be done to stimulate and train teams to extreme innovation. The new methods are built on latest discoveries from leading Neuroscientists about how our brain actually composes and processes innovative ideas.
This webinar answers questions like:
– How is our brain composing and processing ideas
– From experimentation to needs based innovation
– HOw to empower teams to innovate
– Idea validation and investments
– Financing and scaling innovation
– Team selection and innovation spaces
– The 360° Innovations Paradigm
– The core methods to continuous innovation
– Innovation: brain driven, logical, manageable
– Innovation readiness program

Takeaway:

After this webinar, you have a different perspective on how disruption is created. You will most likely stop all your worries about disruptive startups and rethink your R&D strategy. The assembly of your innovation team maybe pretty different. And the involvement of the CFO and the CMO may come with a bit of a surprise. Innovation is changing the face of business like the industrial revolution changed the way businesses have been conducted before that. Looking forward to hear or read your feedback.

Join us and learn how innovative thinker bend the future of product development. How innovative solutions and its marketing fuse to one. How innovation finance is everything but a small internal donation to let some kids play.

Background:

The founders of Society3 built 4 innovative companies, each with disruptive business models. The largest grew to 5 Billion in revenue. The “Innovations Paradigm Model” is the result of a 4 year research and dissecting what they and other highly innovative business people did and how it can be done by others. The book, Innovations Paradigm, was just published.

US WEST COAST
Jan 29  |  09:00 am – 10:30 (past)
Feb 13  |  09:00 am – 10:30 (past)

Mar 5, 2020
09:00 am – 10:30 am

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Apr 2, 2020
09:00 am – 10:30 am

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EUROPE 
Jan 29  |  09:00 am – 10:30 (past)
Feb 13  |  09:00 am – 10:30 (past)

Mar 5, 2020
09:00 am – 10:30 am

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Apr 2, 2020
09:00 am – 10:30 am

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