Entrepreneurial Capabilities and Culture of Innovation

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Studio Zao | Jamie Qiu, Founder & Managing Partner

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The need for strategic transformation and innovation has never been more pressing yet many organisations lack the crucial entrepreneurial capabilities and culture required for successful transformation. Tune in to our conversation with Mark Famy, Innovation Development Manager at Saint-Gobain, to learn key techniques and best practises to successfully build a culture of innovation in a large organisation. With 11+ years of experience formulating innovation strategies and processes in multinational corporations, Mark will be sharing with us his experience in the following areas: - Driving innovation from within. - The importance of emotional intelligence to understand unmet needs. - Entrepreneurial vs leadership development. - Innovation techniques and tools to unlock breakthrough thinking. - The use of digital ideation platforms to foster a culture of learning. Hosted by Jamie Qiu, enterprise innovation strategist and Founder of Studio Zao. Working with world's leading organisations including Sony Music, EY, the NHS, Pentland Brands, Ellesse, Speedo, Imperial College London and the Institute of Cancer Research, Studio Zao helps brave and forward-thinking organisations to accelerate innovation and entrepreneurial change. Find out more at www.studiozao.com

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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.