Continuous market uncertainties. Accelerated pace of innovation. Intensity of competitive threats… Daunting, isn’t it?
We have so much more to think about than just our current health crisis. So, what does this do to modern-day enterprises…
Our webinar on the 8th of October covered 3 ambitious measures—Position, Platform, and Proficiencies—and the related training plan for you to evaluate the innovation baseline for your enterprise.
Businesses are currently facing continuous market uncertainties, an accelerated pace of innovation and the intensity of competitive threats. In response to the current climate, it’s key to understand how companies can adjust and ensure survival, even thrive, in these times of immense change.
There are three types of enterprises today. Those who are treating business as usual – who will undoubtedly find themselves in a difficult place. Those who are attempting to renew, but don’t know how to achieve change. Those who are committed and well-positioned for fundamental change – the ‘renaissance’ enterprises. Our panelists on the webinar go through this playbook comprising of the key drivers for change that ‘renaissance’ enterprises are using to power their progress: Position; Platform; and Proficiencies.
Join us to discover a fresh perspective built on a tested playbook framework that helps enterprises go beyond these turbulent times.
After all, do you truly think you’re fit for tomorrow?
Anthony Reyes, Director of Partnerships and Innovation, Michelin
Anthony is a Director of Partnerships and Innovation at Michelin’s Silicon Valley office in San Francisco, around areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data Analytics. He’s been working with hardware, software, and cloud-based technology companies for over 20 years in senior management positions worldwide, at both startups and large corporates such as Hewlett-Packard and Autodesk.
Jonathan Miranda, Emerging Strategy Principal, Salesforce
Jonathan Miranda is a strategist who has been an expert in the field for over fifteen years with a technical background as a former product owner and software architect. Through his work at Salesforce, Jonathan engages with corporations, governments, and institutions to create alternative perspectives on the future and develops robust strategies for Salesforce and its top customers in a changing and uncertain world. Prior to Salesforce, Jonathan worked in the education industry with a focus on teaching English online within two companies, Pearson and Global English. Jonathan has a dual bachelors degree in Computer Science and Computer Engineering from the University of California, Davis.
Eric Buatois, General Partner, BGV
Eric Buatois has 18 years of active venture capital experience with BGV since 2013, and with Sofinnova Ventures as a General Partner from 2001 till 2013. He is a lead investor who truly enjoys building global companies and has demonstrated experience in executing spin-offs from large companies. He serves on the boards of several companies and as a venture investor helped raise $1B of venture funds.
Lanny Cohen, Chief Innovation Officer, Capgemini
Lanny leads Capgemini’s global applied innovation strategy, as well as its worldwide network of applied innovation centers. The centers provide a Group-wide capability to engage with internal and external ecosystems to help clients develop and deploy innovative solutions. Under Lanny’s direction, Capgemini’s start up ecosystem is recognized as best-in-class by several industry analysts.
During his 35 year plus career at Capgemini and Ernst & Young combined, Lanny has held various executive positions. He also sits on the ImpactLabs Advisory Board, overseeing an industry collaboration to deploy IoT to enhance enterprise and community resilience.
Hosted and moderated by:
Andreas Sjostrom, AIE Director Capgemini
Andreas leads the Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange in San Francisco, Capgemini’s flagship innovation space. Experienced digital transformation advisor and author of numerous innovation papers and books.