The Rise of Consumer Expectations and How Brands are Adapting
How smart brands are winning consumer loyalty through technology
As brands we can no longer rely on our products flying off the shelves because we highlighted their features and benefits in our marketing and appealed to human desire through emotional messaging. Today's consumer is smart, sees through "marketing speak" and expects to be assisted every step of the way before they give you their loyalty. Fortunately, we live in times where technology can be leveraged not only to understand consumer expectations but also to respond to their needs with solutions that have technology at their core. The brands that take the leap of faith early and invest in assistive technologies are the ones winning consumers' hearts and wallets. Join us for this webinar with Aprajita Jain, Brand and Digital Marketing Evangelist at Google, as she explains how consumer behavior has undergone a rapid change and highlights examples of brands that are reimagining how they appeal to consumers with high expectations.
Setting Up Your Business for Success with Digital Transformation
Interview with Jon Reay, CEO and Founder, Rewrite Digital
Jon runs consultancy Rewrite Digital, elevating the way organizations look at and harness digital. Previously, he’s led pioneering digital and customer engagement strategies for Lloyd’s of London, Manchester City FC, Team GB, IKEA, UK Cabinet Office and Tourism New Zealand. Educated in Computer Science. Jon brings significant value to IT, marketing and business strategies. He has written for numerous publications and spoken at events and conferences in Europe and the USA.
Extracting Insights with AI: The Information-Driven Enterprise
Interview with Gregoire Jozan, Solution Architect, Sinequa
Gregoire Jozan is a senior consultant with extensive experience in selling, architecturing and leading software projects in a range of sectors including healthcare, finance, manufacturing and government. Within Sinequa, he has incorporated the latest advances in artificial intelligence, natural language processing and other analytical capabilities in order to provide ever more relevant and contextual insights.
How to Nurture Startup-Led Innovation: The New Model of Corporate Venture Capital
Why and how corporations engage earlier and earlier with the entrepreneur community
Corporations are partnering with startups earlier and earlier, a trend which is only just emerging but rapidly gaining popularity. Silicon Valley majors like Amazon and Google have led the way, with established businesses from other sectors looking to emulate those companies’ success in finding innovation in the entrepreneur community. In this webinar Pierre Rogers, a venture investor and founder, analyzes the phenomenon of greater corporate engagement with startups in their very early stages and outlines a framework for how large enterprises can capitalize on this emerging field.
The Digital Ecosystem of Agriculture
An interview with Casper Tribler, CEO, Scio+
The agriculture industry is going through big changes as new technologies make their way into the sector. Thanks to advances in areas like sensors, drones and satellites, farmers are able to run their businesses with greater efficiency and agility than ever before. But the transformation across the food production sector has not been even, with farmers, technologists, and entrepreneurs still working to better understand each others’ needs and build the products that tackle agriculture-specific challenges in areas such as labor shortages, soil health and waste prevention. How is food production digitally transforming and how are producers staying ahead of the changes? Join us for this SVIC Interview with Casper Tribler, CEO of Scio+, as we answer that question and much more. Watch our Facebook Live interview here at 9 am PDT / 4 pm GMT on June 6. No registration required.
Innovation With Machine Learning
Interview with Julian Nolan, Founder and CEO, Iprova
In business today a key challenge is to generate not just new ideas but new ideas that have real commercial value. But where do these ideas come from? Should we look to make incremental improvements on already established products or is it better to dive into completely new domains and start from scratch? By studying trends and technologies in markets across the world, can we jumpstart our own innovation process? To answer those questions and more we’ll be joined by Julian Nolan, the founder and CEO of Iprova. Since its founding in 2010, Iprova has been coming up with new inventions by using machine learning to analyse real-time data from a variety of seemingly unrelated fields. Julian will share why the emergence of machine learning challenges traditional notions of what it means to innovate. Watch our Facebook Live interview with Julian Nolan here at 9:00 am PST / 4:00 pm GMT on May 21. No registration required.
Human-centered Design in an AI World
Enterprise-level innovation with design thinking
As Picasso famously said, "we are all born artists, the challenge is to remain one as we age." How can we expect innovation to emerge from the same mindset? We teach the framework of design thinking that requires participants to suspend their belief in "the way we've always done things," and adopt a "beginner's mindset," of curiosity and creativity.Through shared tools, practices, and mindsets you can infuse these skills into your team or across your organization. The webinar will introduce you to the tools and practices of innovation, to deep customer insights, and to Design Thinking in a variety of business contexts.
Protect Your Core Business While Innovating
Interview With Roger Chen, Professor, University of San Francisco
Corporate entrepreneurship and developing new business are daunting tasks to many big companies. This is because the organizational capabilities and processes required for innovation are drastically different from, and often even in conflict with, those required to maintain an established business. How can companies overcome this fundamental tension between optimizing core business to meet near-term goals and fostering innovation to ensure long-term survival and growth? Join us as Roger Chen, Professor at the University of San Francisco, answers this questions and much more. Watch our Facebook Live interview here at 10 am PDT / 5 pm GMT on April 24. No registration required.
What Can Corporations Learn From Venture Capital?
Interview with Pavel Cherkashin, Managing Partner, Mindrock Capital
Low tolerance for risk, inflexible organizational structures and lengthy chains of command all contribute to difficulties corporations face when it comes to successful innovation. Building up innovation capabilities in-house is one solution but to address these shortcomings more efficiently, can big companies look outward to venture capital for tools, techniques and partnerships? Join us for this SVIC interview as Pavel Cherkashin, managing partner at Mindrock Capital, answers that question and much more. Watch our Facebook Live interview here at 11 am PDT / 6pm GMT on April 15. No registration required.
Evaluate Startup Opportunities in Silicon Valley
How to identify high-growth opportunities and build an ecosystem of top startups
The future of business is collaboration through corporate and startup partnerships. Investment expert Said Mia has identified and advised companies representing the next wave of great startups. Said will share some of his lessons learned along the way, including how to identify and evaluate great startup opportunities. He includes coverage on due diligence, valuation, and negotiating term sheets, among others. Seeking to build a platform for the long-haul, Said explains how to construct a pipeline that consistently delivers great opportunities. Said also shares strategies on how to create a durable brand and presence in a high-growth, innovation-centric ecosystem.
Beyond Uber and Airbnb: Finding the Next Venture Capital Unicorns
Interview With Pierre Rogers, Venture Investor and Founder, PuroTrader
The first wave of big-name, “unicorn” tech companies have come of age and many are now going public. For venture capitalists, the question is: where will the next billion-dollar businesses come from? With core industries like transport and accommodation already disrupted by mobile and cloud computing, many investors believe next in line for significant upside will be niche software companies. But with more firms innovating on the standard venture capital business model, and founders hungry for new ways to fund their ideas, is venture capital itself at risk of disruption? Watch this interview with Pierre Rogers, venture investor and founder of PuroTrader, for an answer to that question and much more.
Transforming Banking Through Artificial Intelligence
Interview with Ed Fernandez, Board Director and Advisor
Customer service chatbots, algorithmic trading and automated fraud detection; these are just a few of the many use cases of machine learning and artificial intelligence in banking and finance today. How do financial institutes evolve to embrace new technologies? We tackle this question and much more in an interview with Ed Fernandez, a board director and advisor and an expert in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Ed will discuss where artificial intelligence and machine learning are already taking root in banking and finance and share use cases of the technologies will make the biggest impact in future.
Digital Identity Verification for Lending and Payments
Interview with Johnny Ayers, Co-founder and SVP, Socure
The tools financial institutions and ecommerce providers traditionally use to validate consumers’ identities have become antiquated and data sources once considered the ‘gold standard’ for identity verification have been compromised. Today, when consumers are mobile-first, have thin or non-existent credit histories, and want frictionless transactions, a new approach to identity verification is needed.Without it, the 5 billion people around the world who make cash purchases risk exclusion from the modern economy. The good news is that a fresh, digital approach to identity is here. With the help of machine learning, we can now use the vast amount of data consumers generate in their online lives to verify their real-world identities. How does this technology work and what does it mean for businesses trying to onboard more good customers and root out fraudsters? Join us for this SVIC interview for answers to these questions and more as we talk to Johnny Ayers, Co-founder and SVP at Socure. Watch our Facebook Live interview here at 10 am PDT / 6pm GMT on February 7. No registration required.
Becoming a Tech Company to Survive the Digital Era
How Established Enterprises Can Rebuild Themselves as Tech Companies for the 21st Century
Join us for this webinar as Gregory LaBlanc, Distinguished Teaching Fellow at the Haas School of Business, explains how organizations can respond to the new demands being placed upon them by digital transformation. He offers a blueprint on how companies can best use data to motivate decision-making and transform themselves into tech companies for the 21st century.Join us for this webinar as Gregory LaBlanc, Distinguished Teaching Fellow at the Haas School of Business, explains how organizations can respond to the new demands being placed upon them by digital transformation. He offers a blueprint on how companies can best use data to motivate decision-making and transform themselves into tech companies for the 21st century. Here at 10 am PDT https://siliconvalley.center/expert-talks/webinar/becoming-a-tech-company-to-survive-the-digital-era-gregory-lablanc/
The True Value of Intellectual Property
Interview with Alec Sorensen, Founder and CEO, Tradespace
Today, as much as 60% of a company’s value is determined by the intellectual property it holds. Yet many companies, although they spend significant time and money on R&D, do not fully understand the true worth of the technologies they have developed. As a result, organizations often possess patented technologies whose commercial value they have yet to take advantage of. How can the gains inherent in these proprietary projects be realized? Can an enterprise know which of its R&D initiatives have the greatest potential and deserve more investment? Join us for this SVIC Interview as Alec Sorensen, Founder and CEO of intellectual property analytics platform Tradespace, answers these questions and more. Watch our Facebook Live interview here at 10 am PDT / 6pm GMT on January 29. No registration required.
Building Smart Brands in the Digital Era
Interview with Aprajita Jain, Brand and Digital Marketing Evangelist, Google
The digital age is driving retailers and brands to not only rethink how they do marketing, but to rethink their entire business model. This is visible in market after market where the smartphone has become the focal point of consumer attention. In this environment we see three key trends emerging: big brands are joining forces, digital and physical channels are blurring and retailers are inventing occasions to drive sales. What do all these changes mean for brands? How should they react and to whom can they turn to build the partnerships which are essential for success? Join us for this SVIC interview as Aprajita Jain, Brand and Digital Marketing Evangelist at Google, answers these questions and more. Aprajita works with Google’s most sophisticated advertisers and collaborates closely with sales teams to grow their brands through digital marketing and the smart use of technology. Watch our Facebook Live interview here at 10 am PDT / 6pm GMT on January 23. No registration required.
Entrepreneurship for Today and Tomorrow
Interview with Erik Schluntz, Co-Founder and CTO at Cobalt Robotics
What does it mean to be an entrepreneur today? What personal qualities are needed to succeed at entrepreneurship and can they be learned by us all? In this SVIC Interview we get answers to these questions from Erik Schluntz, co-founder and CTO at smart-robots-for-security company Cobalt Robotics. Erik will tell us about the path he took to becoming an entrepreneur; the highs, the lows and everything in between. At Cobalt Robotics, Erik and his team have built robots which interact with humans and get smarter over time. Erik’s work at Cobalt Robotics won him a place on the 2018 Forbes 30 under 30 list in the enterprise technology category. How does Erik reflect on his journey so far and which problems does he see in the world that he still wants to solve? Tune in to this SVIC Interview to find out. Watch our Facebook Live interview here at 9.30 am PDT / 4.30 pm GMT on December 6. No registration required.
Digital Transformation at Large Companies
How to Rise Above the Buzz to Deliver Practical Strategies for Innovation and Growth Using Modern Tools and Approaches
Most innovation initiatives fail before they even start. Unsupportive environment, poor use of tools, lack of adequate culture, misalignment between approaches and goals and many more factors contribute to this sad state of affairs. This webinar explains how to create a solid foundation from which to build innovation and transformation, with practical rather than theoretical advice and real-world examples.
Conversational AI: The New Digital Frontier or Just Empty Talk?
Computer Empathy and the Future of Human-machine Interaction
In the enterprise setting, conversational AI has the potential to bring huge gains in efficiency and provide innovative solutions to long-standing business challenges. But what will it do to the customer experience? Can we trust AI to be the face - and voice - of a company?
Transforming Integration Platforms as a Service
Interview with Simon Peel, Chief Strategy Officer and CMO at Jitterbit
Businesses and consumers today demand seamless user experiences and integration platforms as a service, or IPaaS, promise to deliver just that. To explain how IPaaS works we speak with Simon Peel, Chief Strategy Officer and CMO at IPaaS provider Jitterbit, in a livestream interview. Simon will discuss the trends driving growth in the IPaaS market and talk about how integration platforms can contribute to an organization’s digital transformation strategy. Watch our Facebook Live interview here at 10 am PDT / 5pm GMT on November 21. No registration required.
The Challenges of Startup Growth
Interview with Said Mia, Founder, Sweat Equity
Grit, resourcefulness and business acumen; each one of these traits is essential if you want to be a successful startup founder. But even if you can learn those qualities, will you be able to apply them in the right ways to overcome the many challenges early-stage companies face today? In this SVIC Interview Said Mia, the founder of startup advisory firm Sweat Equity, sheds light on what those challenges are and how to overcome them. Said has worked with a wide range of young companies and understands better than most the hurdles founders face in starting and growing their own organization. His outlook is summed up in the phrase ‘sweat equity’: apart from being the name of his firm, ‘sweat equity’ means investing in bringing an idea to life not with money but through hard work, determination and dedication.
Leading Through Innovation: Attitude for Success
The importance of soft skills in innovation and the world we will live in
We would like to invite you to an inspiring talk/workshop about Innovation, Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Motivation by Professor Balvinder Singh Powar. We will talk about key areas such as Diversity, Innovation, Entrepreneurial Attitude & How to make Change Happen. Balvinder will use his vast experience leading and working with teams on cutting edge projects to describe how to build a culture of Innovation in your organization through practical tips. We are living in a fast paced and challenging world which can make us feel both excited and concerned but let´s take stock and see how we can find the best ways forward. Learn how we can inspire each other to Create a Culture of Innovation, take Responsibility and Dream BIG!
Tags: Digital Innovation
The High-touch World of Fintech
Interview with Radhakrishnan NR, Fintech Practice Head at RapidValue
Robots, chatbots and a super smooth customer experience: this is the new world of fintech. Where do established banks and insurers fit in to this rapidly changing marketplace? Will they forever be playing catch-up or can they marshal the resources to strike back and seize the initiative? In this SVIC Interview Radhakrishnan NR, fintech practice head at digital solutions provider RapidValue, says they can keep up and, in fact, already are. He points to how legacy providers of insurance and financial services are integrating artificial intelligence and robotic process automation into their workflow to deliver seamless customer experiences. But with technology changing at a rapid pace, artificial intelligence is just a stepping stone. “Companies should not just be going with the technology that’s in fashion today, says Radhakrishnan. “They need to ask themselves where they want to be in five years’ time. That’s the question which is going to create the roadmap for what needs to be done.”
Life Sciences Innovation and the Challenge of Commercialization
Interview with Widya Mulyassasmita, Chief Business Officer and Founding Team Member, Venn Biosciences
How does innovation happen in the life sciences and how does it get to market? With researchers often motivated by curiosity - not commercial value - scientific breakthroughs don’t always translate into market opportunities.So, are science and business compatible? In this SVIC interview Widya Mulyasasmita, chief business officer and founding member of Venn Biosciences, says “yes” and she explains how its done. Widya speaks from a place of experience; before venturing into the world of startups she worked with multinationals on their innovation strategies. She comes down firmly on the side of collaboration. By working together, she says, corporates and startups can achieve great things.
Innovation for Companies and Countries
Entrepreneurism, venture capital and how to commercialize innovation
In this webinar Sean Sheppard and Andrew Goldner of GrowthX tackle two sides of the corporate innovation coin: commercializing innovation and corporate venture capital best practices.
Tags: corporate innovation
Cultivating Soft Skills to Foster a Culture of Innovation
Interview with Balvinder Singh Powar, Board Member and Director, Booster Space Industries
How can these skills be developed? Where and when should they be deployed in today’s fast-changing business environment?
Tags: Digital Innovation
How to Strategically Convert and Digitize a Traditional Insurance Business
How to Strategically Convert and Digitize a Traditional Insurance Business
You can be an Insurance Entrepreneur, C-suite executives of insurers, Claims Administrators or decision makers planning to upgrade a basic insurance business to a more modern digitized model. A Senior Manager in control of developing digital strategies in operations, marketing, sales and distribution of an insurance company. A fresh startup looking at both traditional and advanced view of the insurance business and on how to transition from one side to another. To acquire greater knowledge and insights into the challenges and process of digitalization
Detonate: Blow up the playbooks. Ignite change.
Why – and how – corporations need to blow up best practices and bring a beginner’s mind to survive
Often without meaning to, organizations continually waste precious resources on processes and activities that don't create value. Join Deloitte’s Geoff Tuff and Steve Goldbach for practical and empowering advice on navigating these times of accelerated change and disruption
Tags: Digital Innovation
Market Development and the Innovation Process
Interview with Andrew Goldner and Sean Sheppard, Founding Partners, GrowthX
In conversation with SVIC Andrew Goldner and Sean Sheppard talk about how companies can launch new products in unfamiliar markets and use corporate venture capital to boost their powers of innovation. After several decades working internationally with corporates and startups, in 2015 Andrew and Sean founded GrowthX, a venture capital firm and market development accelerator. Andrew and Sean’s insights will empower you to tackle the challenges which conventional corporate wisdom fails to address.
Tags: Digital Innovation
The Rising Wave of Insurtech
Interview with Robin Kiera, Founder, Digitalscouting.de
A new breed of insurance company is on the horizon. Insurtechs, although occupying a relatively small part of the market, are growing fast. Their rise is piling pressure on traditional insurers to evolve into digital enterprises, yet the insurance industry as a whole still runs according to models which are quickly becoming outdated. How can well-established insurance companies digitize to avoid getting left behind? How are technologies like artificial intelligence and internet of things disrupting their business and what can they do about it? Dr. Robin Kiera, one of the most prominent thought leaders on fintech and insurtech in Europe, tackles these questions and more in a live interview with SVIC
Startup DNA at Corporate Scale
96% of corporate innovation initiatives fail. Another form of innovation, startups, actually fare worse with less than 1% succeeding. Yet over the last 80 years, the startup/venture capital industry has consistently generated outsized returns from investments in innovation. This session will provide an overview of the battle-tested startup and VC-inspired tools and techniques corporations need to leverage to drive operational excellence at innovation, cultural transformation, and reliable returns from innovation spending.
The Future Belongs to Cities
The Pursuit of Social Good and Economic Opportunity
Over half the world's population lives in an urban setting and in the next 20 years another two billion will join them. This webinar will explore these topics and empower the attendee to think about what action they might take.
Tags: Smart Cities
The Future of the Workplace
Adapting to the dynamics of the workforce and AI
Diversity and inclusion have been hot topics in Silicon Valley for a while now. Studies have shown that diversified teams outperform homogeneous ones, bring in more revenue, and are demanded by millennials in the workforce. So far, progress on this front has been slow, as it’s difficult to know what actionable steps to take without insights. However, the use of artificial intelligence can enable hiring processes free of human error and bias, as well as pathways to achieving diversity across the tech industry. Join us for a discussion about building the future of diversity and inclusion through AI and data science.
Conversational AI and the Digital Transformation Journey
Interview with Kunal Contractor, Global Director, Avaamo
In a interview with SVIC, Global Director at Avaamo Kunal Contractor discusses the role of conversational AI in an enterprise’s digital transformation journey. More than just a chatbot, Avaamo’s AI is capable of making value judgements, something which can dramatically improve the customer experience. But is conversational AI really capable of completely replacing humans? Even if it can, would that switch be desirable or will we always want to pick up the phone and hear a human voice?
Detonate to Survive: New Business Playbooks for the Digital Age
Interview with Geoff Tuff and Steve Goldbach, Deloitte, Innovation and Strategy Principals
In the current business environment, companies need to challenge orthodoxy and adopt alternative practices and habits to succeed. In this SIVC Interview, Deloitte principals for strategy and innovation Geoff Tuff and Steve Goldbach offer insight into how companies can apply a beginner’s mindset to reinvent wasteful habits and find effective solutions for the digital age.
Tags: Digital Innovation
Smart Cities: The Trillion-Dollar Opportunity of the Future?
Interview With Dr. Jonathan Reichental, Technology Leader and Professor
With half of the world’s population now living in urban environments the question of how we build the cities of tomorrow to address our social and economic needs has never been more pressing. While it’s clear that not just cities but smart cities will be at the center of our economy in the years to come, many questions remain unresolved. What role will technology and data play and what can we do, as global citizens? Dr Jonathan Reichental, an award-winning technology leader and professor, tackles these questions and more in this SVIC Interview.
Tags: Smart Cities
Legacy Business Transformation
Interview with Nima Shomali, Managing Partner, Acceleration Technology Partners
In conversation with SVIC, Managing Partner at Acceleration Technology Partners, Nima Shomali, talks about how firms can become more innovative. Are there shortcuts, like partnering with startups? Does innovation always mean taking risks and in which industries and companies do we see the healthiest, most innovative corporate cultures? In a live interview, Nima will touch upon all these topics and more ahead of his webinar at SVIC on August 27
Tags: Digital Innovation
Optimizing Firms for Corporate Innovation
How to structure firms for long-term innovation
In conversation with SVIC, Managing Partner at Acceleration Technology Partners, Nima Shomali, talks about how firms can become more innovative. Do companies need to disrupt themselves in order to innovate? Are there shortcuts, like partnering with startups? Does innovation always mean taking risks and in which industries and companies do we see the healthiest, most innovative corporate cultures?
Tags: corporate innovation
AI and Irreplaceable Human Characteristics
Interview with Maya Ackerman, CEO and Co-founder, Wave AI
In a live interview with SVIC Dr. Maya Ackerman discusses artificial intelligence and the future of the workplace. Are there human characteristics which machines will never be able to replace or are all jobs, no matter how complex, under threat? Dr Ackerman’s work tackles this conundrum head-on. Together with colleagues at startup Wave AI she developed ALYSIA, an AI platform capable of writing songs. Are we at the beginning of an age when even the arts - a field of experience as old as humanity itself - can be reproduced by an algorithm? To explore the answer to that question and much more, Dr. Ackerman joins SVIC in a live interview.
New Business Models and Digital Transformation
Interview with Gregory LaBlanc, Distinguished Teaching Fellow, Haas School of Business
In a live interview with SVIC, award-winning Berkeley academic Gregory LaBlanc will discuss how to build a company to prosper in today’s digital era. He will offer insights into how organizations should use data and software to fundamentally change the way they work. Drawing upon real-world examples and more than two decades of experience as a sought-after consultant and strategist, Gregory will challenge your thinking on what it means to do business in the twenty-first century."
Tags: Digital Innovation
Corporate Venture Capital and Innovation in Traditional Companies
Interview with Mathieu Guerville, Innovation Director and Principal, UL Ventures
In conversation with SVIC, Innovation Director and Principal at UL Ventures, Mathieu Guerville, talks about innovation in a traditional corporate environment. How can startups and large companies work together most effectively? What are winning strategies when it comes to corporate venture capital and what does it take to build and maintain an innovation culture within a legacy business? In a live interview Mathieu will touch upon these topics and more.
The Four Lenses of Digital Transformation
Success Strategies for Disruptive Times
How can a company equip itself to embrace opportunities – and avoid the inherent threats? The only answer is digital innovation across the entire business model, and the embedment of a new digital mindset throughout the organization. In this webinar, global thought leader Rowan Gibson will describe a systematic methodology for digital innovation and transformation based on four key mental perspectives.
Tags: digital transformation
The Innovation Chain Reaction
Interview with Rowan Gibson, Influencer, Bestselling Author of The Four Lenses of Innovation
Innovation requires bravery. This fact is well illustrated by the story of Netflix, whose CEO Reed Hastings went against conventional wisdom when he made a bet that streaming video would replace DVD rentals. As we all now know, Hastings could not have been more right. “I give Reed Hastings a tremendous amount of credit for being able to shift the company away from this existing business model to a new business model based on streaming,” says Rowan Gibson, author and innovation expert. Hastings feats at Netflix are just one of the many themes Gibson touches upon in this interview with SVIC. Other topics we discussed with him include his methodology for effecting disruptive change, what he calls “the four lenses of innovation”. But the four lenses alone are not enough. As Gibson acknowledges, taking steps along the path toward a true breakthrough requires the courage to see opportunities where others see only threats.
Tags: digital transformation
Towards Zero Clicks
Machine Learning and AI for every business
The ultimate drivers of digital transformation, machine learning and artificial intelligence are the biggest trends in tech. While organizations in virtually every industry want to streamline it, business adoption often proves a challenge. Join Ed Fernandez, award-winning advisor and technology entrepreneur, as he goes beyond the headlines and hype to understand AI enterprise adoption and its impact on business processes. This webinar will allow you to see practical examples in action and learn the steps to get on board with machine learning in your own business. You will gain insights on enterprise tools and Machine Learning as a Service (MLaaS) and discover simple steps to get your company and your team started with machine learning now (and AI next).
Corporate Startup Ecosystem and Innovation Obstacles
How Corporation Can Compete With Silicon Valley By Building Their Own Abilities To Disrupt And Be Disruptive
Large companies aren't like startups and copying their tactics can be frustrating and sometimes foolish. A big corporate is more like an ecosystem that has startups inside it, trying to survive. The CEO can't simply command innovation to occur and expect greatness. But we can change the ecosystem to support intrapreneurship.
Tags: corporate innovation