A strong innovation culture that is deeply embedded into an organisation is a powerful ingredient to ensuring innovation becomes BAU. Deploying the latest technologies into your stack, hiring world-class talent, engaging all stakeholders in the process and using open innovation are not enough on their own.
So what is an innovation culture? It’s the work environment and the way in which leaders nurture and develop it in order to encourage innovation across the entire company, not just within siloed departments. Companies that have a strong innovation culture believe that ideas can and should come from anywhere and anyone. These companies typically have appropriate processes in place to ensure a steady flow of new and innovative ideas. It’s not an easy task to achieve, but is essential for every business to move forward and outrun the competition.
Join us for this inspiring breakfast session to discover more about the best practices of how to create an innovation culture in large organisations, how to embed it in your day-to-day processes and ensure that it delivers results and creates value for the business.
Key learnings and takeaways:
- What does an innovation culture mean and why does it matter
- How to establish and sustain a culture of innovation within your organisation
- Who should be responsible for maintaining and measuring an innovation culture
- Case studies and best practices of creating an innovation culture
Who is it for:
- C-suite execs including CIOs, CEOs, COOs and Innovation Directors
- Heads of corporate communications, HR and continuous improvement
08:30 Registration, breakfast & networking
09:00 Jonny Fisher, Idea Drop
09:20 Stuart Eames, Innovation Lead, Waitrose
09:40 Roland Harwood, Founder, We are Liminal
10:00 Open discussion
10:30–11:00 Networking and event close