Plenary conference, May 9, 2017
How quality adds value in the innovation process?
This session will bring together leading experts to analyze how innovation is a chain that requires strength at every link to succeed. Case studies will be displayed to underline the customer is ultimately the driver of innovation but not the driver of technologies used. Bringing quality through better services and support make differentiations in the market awareness.
There is no singular method to creating a culture of innovation.
In this session, many key aspects will be developed such as: monitoring performance, learning organization, business intelligence, supporting idea generation, encouraging continual idea submission, rewarding excellent and executed ideas…
“A disruptive technology displaces an established technology and shakes up the industry or a ground-breaking product that creates a completely new industry.”
Among the disruptive technologies: internet of things (IOT), advanced robotics, autonomous vehicles, cloud, 3D-printing, advanced materials, renewable energy … This session will enable delegates not only to know what’s on the horizon but also to think about its impact.
Innovation can be a company’s most powerful tool and a key driver of value.
How to lower risks inherent in pursuing new ideas avoiding without reducing uncertainty with a too extreme caution? This session will feature case studies of different organizations statements and the processes they used to implement them. Among topics to be addressed: Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), Strategic Risk Management (SRM), techniques and tools…