Becoming a Creation Engine: Is it really possible for organisations to innovate and execute at the same time?
Click HERE or on the Register button at the bottom of this page to register.
Join us on 31st March (1pm BST) to find out how to equip your organisation to succeed in the 21st century. During this lively and interactive discussion, T-minus and our panel of senior leaders from Pfizer, Bacardi and Google (current and former), will share insights and open the floor to Q&A.
Debbie Botwick, Senior Director, Global Marketing Excellence Training at Pfizer
Stephan Thoma, Ex Google Global L&D Director in the period that Google scaled from circa 5k to 45k people, and now advisory support to 30+ businesses ranging from startups & scale-ups to major global complex matrixed organisations.
Deb Pellen, Ex Global Director of Innovation at Bacardi
Odharnait Ansbro, Partner at T-minus. 9+ years experience working with NGOs, corporations and governments to design, develop and deliver learning solutions in leadership development. 3+ years at Google, 4 years consulting with MIT, USAID, the Lebanese Ministry of Education, UNICEF, several digital media startups.
The pandemic has forced organisations to innovate like never before, at a pace that some wouldn’t have thought possible. Some have transformed how they work, tackled crisis after crisis, while continuing to execute on their BAU and drive innovation to meet the rapidly evolving needs of customers. Others have failed.
One of the key findings from the T-minus Disruptive Leadership Report was that organisations are struggling to get the balance right between executing on their core and innovating (or even disrupting) their current business model. We saw this across product strategy, planning, performance and capability.
Now, more than ever, leaders need to focus on transforming their organisations into ‘creation engines’ that excel at execution and innovation. But they’re being tested like never before with the challenges of the pandemic causing skyrocketing stress levels and burnout.
Join us to find out how you can build the capability of leaders and teams to enable them to get on front foot with innovation, while you steer your core business through choppy waters – from strategy to organisational design to maintaining your own resilience in the face of change.
This is clearly a complex problem to solve and requires cross functional collaboration. If you are leading Innovation, L&D, Strategy or Capability in a large organisation, we look forward to seeing you there!
When: 31st March 1pm-2.30pm BST
Where: Zoom Webinar – calendar invite sent on registration