Recent research on innovation management by Arthur D. Little's Innovex team revealed an unexpected finding: there is far less transfer of innovation best practices across a company’s business units than expected.
Is this happening in your organization? In this virtual workshop, you'll have a chance to first hear from leading innovation excellence practitioners and then, explore innovation management best practices with them and other workshop participants in breakout groups. The conversation will focus on:
- How common is it that innovation best practices are not replicated across business units?
- What are the root causes?
- What could be done to overcome this?
On September 14 at 9:00-10:30am ET (see your local time), join Prof. Joe Tidd, Professor of Innovation Management at the University of Sussex's Science Policy Research Unit; Guillaume Bregentzer, Head of Strategy and Innovation at ENGIE Generation Europe; Kristin Rickert, Innovation Portfolio Director, Johnson Matthey; Dr. Stijn Put, Director Portfolio Management Office, Umicore; Dr Vincent Saubestre, CEO & President, TotalEnergies Research & Technology USA; and moderator Ben Thuriaux-Alemán, Partner, Arthur D. Little's Technology and Innovation Practice to discuss why it's so challenging for business units to learn, share, and replicate best innovation practices.
In the final part of this workshop, breakout groups will reconvene to share their reflections, which will captured in an anonymized report and delivered to all participants after the event.
If you're a senior corporate innovation or innovation excellence practitioners in a multi-division organization, or an academic in the field, register now to participate in this workshop.