The Future of Work Scotland team are delighted to be bringing you a session with Tendayi Viki the author of "Pirates in the Navy"
It was Steve Jobs who said it is better to be a pirate than to join the navy - However, for Intrapreneurs who work inside large companies, this distinction between being a pirate and joining the navy does not work very well. We have to innovate within the large organisations that we work for. In other words, we are Pirates In The Navy!
This webinar focuses on how Intrapreneurs can drive the transformation of their companies into innovation engines. The secret to all this? Not all pirates are the same. Join us to find out more!
What can our attendees expect to take away from the session?
How to move innovation beyond one-off projects and make it a repeatable process
How innovation teams can gain legitimacy within the company to drive innovation
How innovation teams can get early wins
How innovators can build a coalition of leaders to support their movement
How innovators can sustain the momentum of change over time
Here's some background on our amazing guest speaker for this session:
Tendayi Viki is an author and corporate innovation expert. As Associate Partner at Strategyzer, he helps companies innovate for the future while managing their core business.
He has written three books; Pirates In The Navy, The Corporate Startup and The Lean Product Lifecycle. The Corporate Startup was awarded the 2018 CMI Management Book Of The Year In Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
His latest book, Pirates In The Navy is about how Intrapreneurs can drive the transformation to turn their companies into innovation engines. Tendayi previously served as Director of Product Lifecycle at Pearson, where he co-developed an innovation framework that won the Best Innovation Program 2015 at the Corporate Entrepreneur Awards in New York. He has been shortlisted for the Thinkers50 Innovation Award and was named on the Thinkers50 2018 Radar List for emerging management thinkers to watch.
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(Previously Scaling Agile and DevOps Scotland)