April WE:binar – Innovation is a problem of Flow not a lack of Ideas
Date(s) - 04/18/2019
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Innovation is a problem of Flow and not a lack of Ideas
The world is changing faster than ever — there was a time when corporations had to be convinced that innovation is important. Today, every corporation has some form of innovation, either outsourced or in-house. Why then do organizations still feel that they are not innovative enough? What’s the problem?
The key takeaway from the presentation is that Innovation failure is not a result of a lack of ideas or effort, but a lack of understanding of how ideas flow in large systems. In this talk, the speaker will share a few broad insights to consider if you are responsible for understanding innovation flow at your organization.
Shilpi Kumar is the founder and leader of Khoj Lab where the mission is to help organizations and innovation leaders discover new opportunities for growth and optimize operational flows to tackle implementation bottlenecks. Before founding Khoj Lab, Shilpi was part of the innovation kitchen at Herman Miller where she led global research initiatives to inform and establish a point of view on the future of the business and the future of work itself. Following which she helped GE Transportation Digital operation and strategy teams define an integrated business process for new product development.
Shilpi has a professional BArch from BIT Mesra, Ranchi, India, Masters of Design from the Industrial Design Center at IIT Bombay, India, and a Masters of Design Methods from the Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
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