Monday, May 1, 2017 from 11AM-12PM
Entrepreneurs have been playing with unique business model designs for nearly three decades. They have creatively applied the concept to design disruptive frameworks that challenge incumbents, forcing large companies into what Clayton Christensen termed “The Innovator’s Dilemma”.
But the winds are slowly shifting. As large organizations move into more agile forms – adopting open architectures – and start to shift their definition of strategy as no longer being about choices and commitments but as building the capacity to change, they’re beginning to unlock ways to design disruptive business models from within existing organizations.
Join Kaihan Krippendorff as he breaks down the key components of the business model and how organizations today must use intelligent design that fosters innovation creation with truly transformative potential.
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/2jSBe3y
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 from 12pm - 1pm ET
Outthinker is partnering with rising leader and senior executive in People & Culture, Ellie Gates to discuss and answer questions about “Building and Managing an Innovation Culture in an Era of Change and Technology”. This webinar will address a series of top of mind questions for those looking to keep up with the rapid pace of technological change and reconstruct management practices to promote agility and appeal to the new millennial workforce. Some of the questions to be answered include…
About Ellie Gates
Ellie has over two decades of experience working in large global high-tech companies of 100,000+ employees such as Adobe, Microsoft, and T-Mobile to smaller startups such as Snowflake, Omniture and Box. She has worked in multiple cultural contexts building innovative programs that drive higher performance and engagement across Talent, Organizational, Learning, and Leadership Development areas.
Ellie is perhaps best known for leading the cultural and performance review transformation at Adobe where she led the cross-functional implementation team to abolish the annual review practice. Adobe was one of the first companies to do this, and this work has been a catalyst for many other companies and industries to eliminate this archaic practice and move towards a stronger feedback culture.
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/2pylOop