Social Impact Investment brings together capital and experience from the public, private and non-for-profit industries to achieve specific social objectives. The return of these investments is measured typically by the social outcomes achieved.
The Centre of Advancing Innovation is a public-private partnership non-profit focused on identifying breakthrough inventions hidden in portfolios, to maximise investor returns and commercial success. Research performed by the group has highlighted that Social Impact projects accelerate innovation, and result in higher returns.
In this webinar, Rosemarie Truman, CEO and Founder of CAI will be discussing the positive implications of choosing social impact projects for your business, including:
- Why they accelerate innovation
- How these projects can increase your potential investment opportunities for the future
- The influence on the future funding of projects.
Mature products, such as smartphones and cars, tend to become very similar – whether they are from different manufacturers or the latest model from the same manufacturer.
Speed, power and slight changes in appearance become the focus for many companies. Marketing can make advances through insightful methods to dig deeper into opportunities from unmet needs – but the right science and technology are required to make them real.
R&D teams have access to incredible developments in science and technology, such as artificial intelligence and the latest developments in genetics, but struggle to find how to link them with market opportunities. Opportunities become ‘market pull’ or ‘technology push’, without joining together. Innovation opportunities must connect customer needs with science and technology to be more than just ideas or technologies.
This webinar will demonstrate how technology mapping can be used to discover new opportunities, whichever direction you start from, and how IP landscapes can then help you to make the right connections.
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Innovation has always been at the heart of Siemens. In addition to being the largest manufacturing company in Europe, the German conglomerate continues to innovate in a startup fashion and has embraced Digital Transformation and has won their CIO Award based on the work they are doing with RPA.
In this episode of our Blue Prism Café, discover how Siemens has been leveraging Robotic Process Automation as part of this Digital Transformation journey, and how their global RPA service, run jointly by the Shared Services and IT department, has enabled their lines of business in realizing true efficiency and quality gains along end-to-end processes. You will also get insight as and how they are leveraging some of the latest intelligent automation technologies such as IBM Watson, Celonis and MSFT Azure Chatbot Technology with their Blue Prism Digital Workforce.
Key takeaways will include:
• How Siemens built their RPA Centre of Excellence to future proof their RPA and Intelligent Automation Growth
• Real-life scaled examples of automated processes across various lines of businesses
• An overview of Siemens' use of Cognitive Automation leveraging RPA
• Achievements and results from their service delivery model
• Nikolas Barth, Head of Innovation & Digitalization in Siemens Shared Services
• Andrea Martschink, IT Strategy & Business Development Robotics
We will discuss the 20 top cryptocurrency exchanges globally that revealed that 97% of direct bitcoin payments from identifiable criminal sources were received by unregulated cryptocurrency exchanges. We will also discuss Use Cases in digital asset businesses, regulators and law enforcement on investigations, analytics and anti-money laundering. John Jefferies did the analysis of these cases.
John also led blockchain initiatives at Samsung Innovation Center.
Product innovation is digitally transforming, to include supply chain, manufacturing, service, and customer information – it is no longer confined to product management, engineering, and R&D. In this webinar, we’ll discuss this advanced, digital innovation platform approach to product design, development, and collaboration, and how 3rd platform technology and innovation accelerators, as well as digital twins, can empower your organization.Read more >
The modern IT stack has become diverse and distributed, and it’s increasingly challenging to manage heterogeneous platforms and multi-vendor devices. Customers are looking to the cloud and APM to help address these hurdles, as well as accelerate IT transformation.
But migrating to the cloud will take time, it won’t make infrastructure ‘just disappear’, and legacy workloads are going to remain part of the enterprise reality for many. In addition, while APM will continue to be increasingly important, all applications are not the same and an application is still not equal to a digital business service.
Watch this webinar where John Worthington, a service management expert and Director of Product Marketing for eG Innovations, continues our Shift-Left series.
In this session we will discuss why clearly understanding the scope of your digital business services, along with the underpinning ecosystems needed to support them can help accelerate your ITSM and DevOps initiatives.
You can learn:
•Why domain expertise is important when defining monitoring requirements
•What analytics are useful from a monitoring and observability context
•How end-to-end monitoring with converged application and infrastructure performance can drive ITSM and DevOps integration.
The term innovation can refer to various stages within a product development cycle, and an invention created in this process can be protected by various forms of intellectual property. Most inventions are created to solve and address consumer needs and problems. To do that job, products enter the market, creating opportunities for the business or the inventor who owns it. A businesses’ IP strategy plays an important role in the success of a new product by ensuring competitive advantage in the market, for now and the future.
However, IP protection can often be seen as an output of product development, leaving the organisation open to risk—whether it's in a new or an existing market. So how can you align IP protection with your invention creation to ensure your IP team is involved at the most effective points throughout the product development process? Too early could mean a slower time to market, and too late could mean lost opportunities in the market.
In this webinar, we’ll be discussing how your organisation can mitigate risk, by aligning your IP and innovation strategy. We will also be looking at:
- Examples of successful organisations who have aligned their IP and innovation
- Intellectual property & open innovation
- Why IP should be a part of the innovation process, not an event
This webinar is part of BrightTALK's Founders Spotlight series, featuring fearless entrepreneurs and inspiring founders.
In this episode, Bobbie Carlton, Founder of Innovation Women, will share her story of how she got started her company, the challenges she encountered along the way and how she overcame them.
This will be an interactive Q&A session and an excellent opportunity for entrepreneurs or professionals to have their nagging questions answered.
About the Speaker:
Bobbie Carlton is the founder of Innovation Women, a new model speaker’s bureau for entrepreneurial, technical and innovative women. The company helps connect women with event managers looking for speakers, panelists, moderators and presenters, especially for industry conferences and events. In 2010 Bobbie was named one of the “Ten Bostonians who have done the most for the startup community.”
R&D success is dependent on many factors – the idea, the market opportunity, the technology readiness, and your company’s ability to deliver on the strategy.
And at the heart of all these things is the R&D team. Different skill-sets and personalities are better suited to different types of innovation, and world-class innovation teams can find ways to make even the most challenging projects succeed.
Join Cliff Emmons Former VP of R&D at Medronics and Founder of Accelerated Healthcare Innovations, LLC to learn:
- The role that team structure plays in R&D success
- How R&D leaders can build teams to fit their innovation strategy
- What strategies the world’s most innovative companies use to build R&D A-teams
Einfach gesagt nutzt Social Innovation innovative Technologien und Lösungen, um übergeordnete gesellschaftliche Trends zu addressieren. Die Themen reichen hierbei von Urbanisierung, Smart & Connected Technologies bishin zu neuen Formen des Gesundheitswesens und zur Schonung natürlicher Ressourcen. HDS bietet Social Innovation Lösungen und Dienstleistungen mit dem Fokus auf dem Internet der "wichtigen" Dinge.Read more >
Dimension Data invites you to an informative briefing on how you can maximise the value from your Cisco investment, and also how best to leverage your investment to drive innovation.
Join us in this webinar as we explore in detail the changing ICT environment including current trends and challenges, what this shift to software means for your organisation and its architecture, and how you can take advantage of the subscription offers available including in networking (WAN, Switching, Access), collaboration and security.
We’ll explore how you can be more agile, smarter and competitive, and how you can utlise the new model to consume, deploy and manage your business.
Speaker: Gregg Sultana, General Manager – Enterprise Architecture,
Jacqui Custodio - Software Services Specialist
Stephen Rickard - Software Services Specialist
Executing an internal collaborative and external innovation program within a global organization of approximately 50,000 people requires a deliberate strategy, a dedicated team and executive sponsorship. Join us for a live webinar – to hear from AstraZeneca’s Innovation Director, Scott Wilkins, PhD, as he shares their journey in developing an innovation capability which has introduced a new way of working across R&D and beyondRead more >
Learn more about innovation transformation through digital twins.Read more >
DevOps is foundational to the world’s highest-performing information technology organizations. But more than anything else, DevOps is about culture, and culture can be elusive. To help our customers experience how a DevOps culture can accelerate their innovative ideas, Red Hat launched it's Open Innovation Labs. In this session, Justin Holmes and Øystein Bedin from Open Innovation Labs will share their story building a DevOps culture for the Labs' core team.
In this session, you'll learn about:
- Behaviors and processes to enable collaboration between development and operations.
- How tools like Ansible by Red Hat and Red Hat OpenShift can help facilitate communication between team members.
- How Open Innovation Labs provide an environment for Red Hat customers to experience the unique advantages of a DevOps culture.
In the popular imagination, innovation is about brilliant people with brilliant ideas, doggedly pursuing their dream and breaking through every obstacle that stands in their way. The reality, however, is that innovation is fundamentally a team sport.
Sure, one person can come up with an idea, but an idea is only a beginning. After a commitment to a great idea, the full nature of the innovation challenge becomes clear. Somehow, companies have to tackle two conflicting tasks simultaneously: building something new and sustaining excellence in what already exists.
This requires more than just general, feel-good teamwork. It requires a team that is structured in a very particular way. Unfortunately, most companies aren’t familiar with what these teams look like. Like a newcomer to the baseball playing world, they have little idea, if any, about the roles on the team. They have no idea what the pitcher, catcher, infielders, and outfielders do.
In this webcast, Chris Trimble will outline exactly how to build the right team for every innovation initiative. He will also talk about how his new book, How Stella Saved the Farm, can be used as an instigator of productive conversations about what it really takes to make innovation happen.
This webinar with Eve Maler, VP Innovation and Emerging Technology, covers the transformation of privacy and consent into a business tool in 2017 as well as the evolving regulatory scene. Eve also conducts a Q&A with the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs, on their POC of User-Managed Access. Finally, she discusses the key elements of the ForgeRock Identity Platform related to privacy and consent.Read more >
Serial Entrepreneur with extensive knowledge within finance and the credit industry working in the Fintech sphere the nordics. Thought leader in Blockchain banking and revolutionizing technology within the banking sector.Read more >
How do you bridge banks and FinTechs in one ecosystem? How can Open Banking save Financial Services from the threat of Tech Giants?
Listen to this session to find out about PSD2 and beyond
Our government’s most complex problems won’t be solved by a few genius individuals—or an amazing new technology. They will be solved by high-performing teams—teams who have developed and honed the cultural habits to efficiently cultivate new ideas with innovative technologies to get things done.
In this webinar, you’ll learn why high-performing teams matter and how Red Hat® Open Innovation Labs is helping organizations create these teams to make an impact. You'll get a glimpse of what happens in an Open Innovation Labs collaborative engagement:
-Teams are innovating more quickly while improving the quality of their software.
-Participants are using lean, agile and DevOps methodologies coupled with open source tools and culture.
-Together, people, process, and technology help government organizations rapidly uncover and prove more effective ways of working together to solve their most complex problems.
Technology transfer offices are often seen as the facilitators of innovation between academic institutions and industry. However, they have a massive responsibility to transfer the wealth of innovation from within universities to the commercial world, in the most timely and cost-efficient way possible. Does the current Intellectual Property system facilitate their requirements, or can it sometimes hinder innovation?
In this webinar, we will be joined by Jeremy Holmes, Head of intellectual property at Imperial Innovations, the technology transfer office of Imperial College, London. Jeremy will be talking about the ingredients needed for a successful partnership, and future, between technology transfers and commercial world. We will also be discussing:
• The power behind freedom to operate when making judgements on the commercial opportunity of an idea
• Why education of IP is so important, for academics & business professionals
• How to find the balance between freedom & creativity, with the need for intellectual property protection
• Whether you need patents to have a successful university spin out.
Sensors play a central role in a digital ecosystem, particularly the use of micro- and nano-sensors that can detect a host of biological, organic and inorganic substances, and communicate their detection to a smartphone or a communication system in real time. The ecosystem would enable a seamless digital world in which particulate matter, which could be potentially harmful, can be detected accurately and quickly.
• Learn about the trends that are forcing a paradigm shift in personal and community health monitoring.
• Hear about the latest innovations that are helping to create an immersive environment for non-intrusive, round-the-clock vital signs monitoring.
• Identify challenges, bottlenecks, and barriers to the adoption and growth of the Internet of Medical Things and smart homes.