Innovation Portfolios and Experimentation for Corporate Innovation

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Studio Zao | Jamie Qiu, Founder & Managing Partner

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Get an overview of how to form innovation theses, manage innovation portfolios, decrease risk and lead through ambidextrous leadership. One of the fundamental principles behind effective corporate innovation is to execute rapid experimentation on a portfolio of innovation projects. In this 60 minute webinar, you will get an overview of how to define and manage a portfolio of innovation projects, and how to plan and execute experiments to de-risk your innovation efforts and increase ROI of your innovation investments. Stemming from the Lean Startup methodology - which has now proven to be a driver of innovation for startup companies, innovation portfolio and experimentation translate the key principles of Lean into a corporate context, enabling innovation, R&D, commercial and product leaders to move faster and deliver measurable results. We will cover the four key principles of Lean Corporate Innovation to help you plan your pipeline of projects, and execute them through rapid and relentless experimentation to systematically decrease uncertainty and deliver innovation outcomes at speed: - Forming innovation theses - Managing innovation portfolios - Decreasing innovation risk - Ambidextrous innovation leadership Hosted by Jamie Qiu, Managing Partner at Studio Zao. An Innovation Studio that empowers brave and forward-thinking leaders to accelerate innovation and entrepreneurial change. We call them Intrapreneurs.
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Studio Zao is a London-headquartered innovation and talent development studio who work with the world’s leading organisations, such as Sony Music, Aptar, L’Oreal, Target Corporation, UK Government, NHS, Speedo, Ellesse, Vodafone, Michelin, Ferrovial, Kellogg’s, Pearson, Wellcome as well as Imperial College and LSE. The world's become volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA). Startup safaris just don’t cut it anymore. It’s time to develop and harness internal entrepreneurial capabilities to innovate at scale, fast. To apply the same mindset and tools startup founders use, adapted to the way established organisations work. It’s called Intrapreneurship. That’s what we do.