Innovation Mastery: Chris Kalaboukis on Corporate Innovation, staying relevant, leadership

Very excited to bring to you another insightful webinar with one extra-ordinary and hard working individual: Chris Kalaboukis.

He talks with us about his new book, shares his experiences and expertise on corporate Innovation, intrapreneurship and his views on the future and the importance of leadership and how the era of intense innovation is changing expectations towards employees.

Chris, is a serial entrepreneur, inventor of hundreds of products, has his name on 60+ patents and has hundreds more pending. He is the author of Innovation Mastery: The guide to running the ultimate innovation programs. He comes from the #1 most innovative region in the world: San Francisco area.


Scroll down below the video to learn more about Chris and what we covered during this event. You will also find the links to the books mentioned during the talk.

Enjoy this replay, make sure you also watch our other ones and don’t hesitate to share with your team: A good start to driving the right behaviors that will help innovating!


INNOVATION MASTERY: The Definitive Guide To Running The Ultimate Innovation Program

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Innovation Fast lane: Start-up tools and mindset for anyone wishing to learn about these new (lean) ways of launching ideas / resolving problems

Zone to win (Geoffrey Moore):


Zone to Win: Organizing to Compete in an Age of Disruption

About Chris Kalaboukis

  • Prolific inventor (51 issued patents and 113 pending primarily in social networking and media – many of which, patented up to 7 years ago, are now seeing true product development)
  • Exceptional innovator (launched and headed internal innovation programs at Yahoo, Walmart & Citigroup
  • Invented products for all of the above corporates)
  • Experienced technologist (developed and launched a multitude of apps in everything from Ruby to C#)
  • Serial entrepreneur (led a number of startups from inception to launch)
  • A practical futurist (launched and ran corporate futurist programs envisioning far forward products and services).

People mentioned during the talk:

Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Black Eye Peas, X-men and many more!

Visit Chris’s website: hf-logo-with-name-1

Topics covered during the event

– About Chris, Hellofuture, his patents, work at Yahoo, CITI, Walmart, BNP
– His book: Innovation Mastery, running the ultimate innovation program
– Corporations success / failures example
– How to unearth innovation and innovators
– Do you really need skateboard ramps and jacuzzi meeting rooms to drive an innovation friendly environment
– How the era of endless innovation is changing employee’s expectations and recruiting of new hires and leaders – what you may need to have as a resume line going forward
– Tips to run a workshop that fosters creativity and new ideas
– Chris K’s views on “The zone to win” Geoffrey Moore’s new book that proposed the new way of running businesses in the era of disruption
– Start-up tools in the corporations: Leaner than lean?
– Corporations and Startups mingling: How to make it work
– Measuring innovation: How to..
– The power of serendipity (and what it is…)
– Homo Superiors
– Vision of the future (Note the slide says 2020 but should say 2030+…sorry)
– Q&A

Learnings from the Entertainment industry disruption

The music industry, we probably all saw it got disrupted like none others and is a good case study for other industries to learn from.

Do you remember these days when you would by cds to the days of Napster and youtube? Well things have gone way better on the consumer side (music consumption has never been that high – says Kendall) but the industry is still figuring out how to monetize all the good work artist do). If you love music or simply are interested in learning the story of an industry that got totally disrupted you should watch this video. Don’t forget, if it happened to them, it may happened to you so there is a lot of learnings you can get to avoid the trap of being disrupted.

Kendall Minter’s expert view on the music disruption..

In this interview conducted in late 2015 with friend Kendall Minter, a successful, experienced celebrity lawyer, board member of soundexchange and author of book “Understanding and negotiating 360 deals”  we cover the 10-15 years timeline of events that led to the disruption of an entire industry that is still today trying to stabilize itself and understand what are the new business model to win.

The story of a downfall and reinvention…

The music industry “downfall” story is very interesting because it shows how fragile any industry is and how people reacted to the disruption or didn’t see it coming (or accept it was happening).

Long gone are the days when artists main revenue streams came from music sales “forcing” artists to find new ways of making a living from their art: From deal making with tech start-ups, more concerts & festivals (of course, and to consumers’ pleasure), TV appearances, advertisements, diversification etc.

In addition, those that make it through the disruption are often the most entrepreneurial ones that are able to quickly find solutions / opportunities out of the chaos and changed “rules”: It’s the entrepreneurship era! Think about the Beats by Dre success story (Beats was sold for Billions to Apple) or unknowns that became superstars from their bedrooms!

It’s a new era, like Darwin said once: “It’s not the most intelligent species, nor the strongest that survives but those that adapt best to change that do” – Darwin

Our support to artists!

We love music! We all need music & artists don’t we?

You will often hear us say: ” Music and entrepreneurship are the only 2 things that makes the world move /shake”. As a matter of fact artists are innovators, creative entrepreneurs in many cases!

At startupsinnovation we believe that huge opportunities exists between artists and startups, businesses and corporations.

(Contact us for a FREE educational training on startups opportunities available for Artists / music industry managing teams)

Watch the interview below with Kendall Minter! (Note it was recorded as part of a prior projects of ours hence the banner that is not the startupsinnovation one)


If you like this, you may also like our event with Jay Samit (One of the world leading expert on disruption and innovation) – here

Also visit Kendall Minters’ blog (askmusiclawyers) here

Innovation Mastery with Chris Kalaboukis is absolutely thrilled to bring to you yet another exceptional individual to help you lead in the innovation.

Online event June 11th: 

Take your ticket now to sit in this exclusive webinar that will focus on innovation for big companies. (The startups in the corporation!)

During the event Chris and Alistair ( will be discussing an ongoing dilemma for many corporations which is to drive innovation, intrapreneurship and more importantly how to be effective at it.

The event will be a total of 60 Minutes and will be recorded and published to participants after the talk.

Tickets here: piceevent-brite

Chris Kalaboukis

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Chris’s website:


His latest book


Innovation Mastery: The definitive guide to running the ultimate innovation program!

Based on years of research and experience, this is the ultimate guide to envisioning, creating, building, running and managing an innovation program for your company, no matter the size. Chris has run innovation programs at major tech companies, retail companies and financial institutions for the last 10 years. He tells you what works and what doesn’t work, and can guide you to the ultimate successful program: generating hundreds of relevant, powerful new product ideas for your company.

Jay Samit: What is the era of endless Innovation – Why you should care!

1a46c2fd-8c4b-4a79-b5b7-8f10bf85b1de“Great ideas, attract great minds” – Jay Samit

Jay Samit, one of the world’s leading expert on innovation and disruption and author of best selling book (Disrupt You – Master Personal Transformation, Seize Opportunity, and Thrive in the Era of Endless Innovation) talks for (Fast Lane Innovation webinars series) about the opportunities and challenges that people, companys, countries are and will be facing now and in the future. How many industries are being and will be disrupted, which ones and how this impacts all of us and requires us to change the way we think and do things: In our lives, for our careers and for our sustained or increased success in general.

Note: This video is for educational purposes only – Do not use what is discussed herein to make investment decisions without seeking the advice of a Financial & investment advisor.

Enjoy this information!

Get the book here!


Disrupt You!: Master Personal Transformation, Seize Opportunity, and Thrive in the Era of Endless Innovation

Disrupt you! authored by Jay Samit offers empowering advice for anyone looking to break through; for anyone with a big idea but with no idea how to apply it. This engaging, perspective-shifting book demystifies the mechanics of disruption for individuals and businesses alike. It incorporates stories from his own experience and anecdotes from other innovators and disruptive businesses-including Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, YouTube, Cirque du Soleil, Odor Eaters, Iams, Silly Putty, and many more. Samit shows how personal transformation can reap entrepreneurial, professional & economical rewards.



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Topics we covered during this presentation / talk:

  • About Jay Samit, how he worked with Bill Gates, Bill Clinton, Reid Hoffman
  • What is disruption
  • Disruptor vs. Disrupted
  • Impact of disruptive Tech
  • Collaborative economy
  • Acceleration of Innovation
  • Future for 9-5 Employees / Careers
  • Corporations vs Startups
  • Equity crowdfunding
  • Knowledge economy
  • Value chain innovation
  • Overcoming waste in “R&D”
  • Networking, mentorship
  • Implementation
  • Jay’s Vision for the future

Industries / technologies we touched on:

  • Transportation
  • Hyperloop
  • 3D Printing
  • Entertainment
  • Virtual / Hyper / augmented Reality
  • Energy
  • Big Data
  • Medical
  • Consulting
  • Finance
  • Banking
  • And more…

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Quotes from the webinar:

““You suddenly realise big ideas attract big minds. The first thing is to figure out how you can solve problems for others and that will attract success” Jay Samit

“The best time to start your business/launch your idea was last year, the second best time is now” Jay Samit

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The upcoming disruption of the transportation sector: Hyperloop, electric, driverless cars, drones and shuttles to Mars! Take 1

(Thanks to talented Artists Alexey Zakharov for allowing us to use this picture for this post on the future of transportation discussion – visit more of his work here – He inspired himself from the serie Futurama)

Here is take one on a topic that has been fascinating me recently that I’d like to discuss it with anyone who would like to join in this post. Please complete my thinking by commenting.

My belief is that the transportation industry is going to be disrupted more than ever before in the coming years, creating massive shifts in the industry.

We are all seeing new disruptive transportation technologies emerging:

Electric / driverless cars:

The trend began with hybrid cars (and that’s already a thing of the past). Then Tesla took it successfully to the next level by producing the first electric car that could finally compete with ordinary fuel & luxury cars. Elon Musk’s bet is paying off and Tesla has promised an affordable Tesla car for the middle classes by as early as 2017. Major automobile brands have been taking this very seriously and are now also releasing their own electric cars (and driverless cars) following the Tesla path and Google (for driverless cars). The question is what should a consumer do today?

Is it still worth buying a fuel car for the time being or should one wait for electric cars to be available in few months / couple of years. How are we going to manage the transition without having millions of car owners see the value of their fuel cars drop? Is this a reasonable question?

Electric cars are already being tested in the city of Mountain View in California.


For those who may not know, the Hyperloop is a project that was initiated (once again) by Elon Musk following a trip he took from LA to San Francisco and during which he got stuck in traffic for hours. He said to himself: “There must be a better way…” He announced the launch of the project and called upon engineers and entrepreneurs around the world to work on it. He released 50+ pages documents describing the idea. In a nutshell, the system would allow objects or people to be transported in a pressurized tube at a very high max speed of 760 mph (subsonic speed)! A trip from New York to Washington or LA to San Francisco could take only minutes instead of hours!

Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of the Hyperloop Transportation Technology (HTT), one of the most advanced projects, was able to agree with the Slovakian government to start working on plans to implement the new mode of transportation. What is even more fascinating about this particular project is that it has been initiated completely via online crowdsourcing. Hundreds of engineers from around the globe are working on it in exchange for potential equity. In June 2016, a competition to test the prototypes will take place in Silicon Valley. A 5-mile track has been put at the disposal of the various teams to enable them to test their machines. I will try to be there as there are not many such moments in life. If you have seen the videos of the Wright Brothers attempting to fly their first plane, this competition could go down in history like the brothers’ first flight in December 1903, don’t you think?

Even if the Hyperloop does not initially work for people, it can be a great way to transport objects / products and replace traditional modes of transportation, e.g. cargo planes, slow trains and trucks… And then once proven safe you could see this new technology rapidly being used for the transportation of people and changing the way we live. You could potentially live in New York and work in Washington….and do the commute everyday…

Space Travel:

The Space X project, led by Elon Musk, has been working at improving space travel and has so far been able to send a shuttle into space and have it land back on earth. This is a groundbreaking event since it helps decrease the costs of space travel significantly. Regular shuttles would be either be left in space or crash back on earth…). Elon is studying ways to travel to Mars…Knowing how successful he has been on other major enterprises let’s stay tuned….


Drones have so far been more like gadgets or toys but many people are already envisaging being able to use drones to transport objects or products over short distances. It’s not too crazy is it to think that you could have your Amazon order transported via the Hyperloop and then delivered to your home via a drone? Or even your Chinese food or Pizza? There are even ambulance drones which can transport a heart attack victim or a defibrillator in a matter of minutes, quicker than an ordinary ambulance significantly increasing the chances of survival…

What are causing these new technologies to see the light?

The acceleration of innovation in the transportation industry is due to many factors I think….again please comment or correct me If I am wrong…

  • Global warming and the related pressures of finding cleaner energies than fossil fuel are probably inspiring people to find new ideas such as technological (r)evolutions in terms of clean energies (longer lasting, high power batteries), or artificial intelligence for driverless cars, solar power for long-distance drones, etc.).
  • The digitalization of the world, specifically when it comes to the hyperloop project or the invention of drones is enabling people to collaborate and think about new solutions together via crowdsourcing projects.
  • For technology advancement, people do not need to rely on established corporations to come up with these anymore. The unfortunate reality for existing corporations is that once they have developed a technology / product, they go into execution mode and focus more on trying to “milk the cow” rather than on thinking about what could replace their technology overnight…They focus on sustaining engineering / innovation rather than disruptive innovation creation (less easy / more risky and it requires a different type of employee than the regular 9-5 one).
  • Nonetheless, saying that all established businesses do not bring about disruptive innovation would be wrong. Many do this very well and, as a matter of fact, more and more so because of the changing landscape. You see many corporations establishing captive incubators in the hope of connecting to the startup world more and developing ideas that are outside their comfort zone. They also try to attract talented people that have a more entrepreneurial mind). In addition, these major corporations realize that they have a high incentive to make innovation work. This is no longer a buzz word that belongs just to the R&D department for them. Innovation is now a matter of survival…and when one realizes time is limited, things start to move more quickly as well…

Technological advancement causes disruption: Who may be affected?

If the above technologies prove to be successful, several parties could be significantly affected by these technological changes if they don’t realize what is going on early enough such as:

  • Traditional automobile industries that will need to jump on the “band wagon” if not already (primarily with regard to advancements in electric, driverless car technologies and to some extent drones)
  • Airline and train companies transporting products (shorter term) and people (mid- to longer term, specifically with regard to projects such as the Hyperloop)
  • Oil producing countries: It is already clear that countries like Saudi Arabia or the Emirates are working hard at diversifying their economies as, for example, oil currently accounts for 70% of Saudi Arabia’s revenue. Just this month in May, the reorganization of the Petroleum Ministry into the Energy Ministry and the establishment of a new Minister of Investment, Culture and Hobbies. It’s also not uncommon for governments to call upon start-up experts to help drive the acceleration of economic transformation. These regions are heavily betting on start-ups to drive innovation and support their future…

More to come, comments are more than welcome…

Here is one more video from Alexey Zakharov for the eyes pleasure: A futuristic vision of the future – Look carefully and you will see the hyperloop…

Futurama 3d (test shot) from seccovan on Vimeo.


Bernard Kress: Serial Entrepreneur – Discussing the start-up and Innovation world

Speaker: Bernard Kress (Serial Entrepreneur), interviewed by Alistair Schneider (Founder Innovation Fast lane)


Bernard Kress, resident of Silicon Valley, serial entrepreneur and Executive at Microsoft, with a background in optical engineering with emphasis on micro-optics and holographic technologies, applied to Virtual reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Smart glasses products. Bernard is also a professor at University, instructor of short courses, international conference chair, speaker (UNESCO), and author of numerous books on this technology (published by John Wiley and Sons, McGraw Hill). Throughout two decades spent in the Silicon Valley, he has launched numerous start-ups, helped develop several industrial and consumer products, and holds more than 30 international patents. He has worked lately with some of the most innovative companies in the world to develop some of the most exciting consumer products, such as Glass at Google [X] Labs and HoloLens at Microsoft.

Note: The interview was conducted while Bernard was still at Google. He works today at Microsoft (Hololens).

What makes California, Silicon Valley so successful when it comes to innovation?


What does it take to create a successful start-up?

What differentiates winners and losers in the innovation game?

Who are your role models and source of inspiration?

Any advice to entrepreneurs and innovators around the world?

Note we have changed our twitter to @startupsinno


Sheri Mason: Attorney – Legal considerations for Start-up entrepreneurs


Speakers: Sheri Mason (VC) & Alistair Schneider (Founder Innovation Fast Lane)


Sheri Mason: Protect your assets, do what’s right. Sheri is a successful and very experienced legal attorney. She will talk about what are the key legal considerations entrepreneurs working on the next big thing should absolutely have on mind when working on the next big thing: From the way you will set up your business, to how you need to protect your assets (IP) and think about contracting with your teams, partners, investors etc.

Feel free to start a discussion by commenting or asking questions at the bottom of this page.

Ian Knowles – New York Venture Capitalist: how to get funded by a VC firm



Speakers: Ian Knowles (VC) & Alistair Schneider (Founder Innovation Fast Lane)

Ian Knowles

Ian Knowles: Venture Capital, “must haves” to get funded. Ian is a Venture Capitalist and entrepreneur who founded the Investment firm Spruce & Norton. He will talk about the day in a life of a Venture Capitalist and explain what it takes to be a successful entrepreneurs and how to have the most chances of being heard and funded by investors.

Feel free to start a discussion by commenting or asking questions at the bottom of this page.

The innovator spring program: Events coming up…

It’s spring, and we have several really cool events lined up for you to watch live and from home!

Want to learn about how the world is being disrupted?

In May, don’t miss out Jay Samit, Serial entrepreneur and disruptor who will talk about his book disrupt you, and explain how to seize opportunities in this era of endless innovation. Jay is the real american entrepreneur…

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Want to learn about how to manage innovation in big firms?

In June, we are very lucky to be able to bring to you Chris Kalaboukis , author and CEO of a full stack innovation consulting company from San Francisco (the world’s most innovative place…) who will also talk about his book “Innovation mastery: The definitive guide to running the ultimate innovation program” and explain what it takes to drive a culture of innovation in a corporation and to compete with start-ups and keep the pace of innovation. Chris is amazing! you will see…

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Why participate?

We strive to bring to you the brightest, sharpest, most talented minds that will inspire you and help you navigate the industry 4.0: Don’t get fooled, many things are changing in the world right now, it’s a new game, the technological and digital evolutions are more revolutions than evolutions.

The world is innovating at a blistering pace, and many industries will be challenged as new industries see the light.

Connect with us and stay ahead of the curve…

In our events we talk about the impact of key technology emergence and discuss how the future may look like for both consumers and businesses.

And if all of this was not enough…

We are piloting a 5 days short course based on the start-ups innovation book (Take it and please provide feedback…)

Take the free course here

Get your copy of our ebook here

The book covers the key steps to launch a start-up, a very good place to start to get a full feel of the entrepreneurial world…in a very short amount of time!

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See you soon, superstar innovator! More is coming up so stay tuned!


VIP Jay Samit event May 2016!

Key influencer Jay Samit: Learn to disrupt before being disrupted in this era of endless innovation


Read the event details below and when you are ready get your seat here (click):  piceevent-brite

Event summary:

Entrepreneurs, Intrapreneurs, managers and executives this event is for you!

Online event to hear Jay share some of his invaluable experiences as an serial entrepreneur and intrapreneur and talk about his latest book “Disrupt you” – Free event

This online event is brought to you by The Intelligence platform, events and network helping entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs take the “fast lane” for their start-ups and innovation projects.


Get a feel for the event by watching this trailer:


About Jay Samit

jay_tech_cafeDescribed by Wired as having “the coolest job in the industry” and “a new media guru and Internet pioneer” by the Economic Times, author Jay Alan Samit is a dynamic entrepreneur and intrapreneur who is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading experts on disruption and innovation. He launches billion dollar businesses, transforms entire industries, revamps government institutions, and for over three decades continues to be at the forefront of global trends.

Everyone from the Pope to the President calls on Samit to orchestrate positive change in this era of endless innovation. Samit helped grow pre-IPO companies such as Linkedin, held senior management roles at Sony and Universal Studios, pioneered breakthrough advancements in mobile video, internet advertising, ecommerce, social networks, ebooks, and digital music that are used by billions of consumers every day. Samit accurately predicts the future because he is constantly working with those who create it.

An adjunct professor at USC, Samit teaches innovation at America’s largest engineering school and is author of the forthcoming book “Disrupt Yourself: Master Personal Transformation, Seize Opportunity, and Thrive in the Era of Endless Innovation” (MacMillan June 2015). He is a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal and host of its documentary series WSJ Startup of the Year. Samit frequently appears on ABC, Bloomberg, CBS, CNN, Fox, MSNBC, NBC and tweets daily motivation to the over 100,000 business professionals who follow him on twitter @jaysamit. An expert on transformational corporate change, Samit has been quoted in The New York Times, The Economist, Businessweek, Forbes, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Fast Company and TechCrunch.

Event details

Date: May, 21st 2016

Time:  1PM Boston/New York time

(10 AM (Saturday) Los Angeles/San Francisco time – 3PM (Saturday) Rio De Janeiro Time Time – 7PM (Saturday) Paris Time- 2AM (Sunday) Singapore/Hong Kong Time – 5 AM (Sunday) Sidney Time

Duration:  Approx. 90 Minutes with Q&A                

Cost: FREE

Topic: Learn to disrupt before being disrupted in this era of endless innovation

Technology: We will be using for the webinar, web conference. Participants will need to download a plugin from prior to meeting start time.

Targeted Audience size: 50-100 + estimated participants – We may have to cancel event should we not have enough participation. Please help us make this event possible by sharing with your teams, colleagues, friends and families. Thanks you!

Speaker(s): Jay Samit

Events Sponsors: Startupsinnovation, more tbc


  • Connect 30-15 Minutes prior to start of event:
  • Participants to ensure they can connect (No technical difficulties)
  • Networking sessions for early participants prior to event start
  • Events start (Recorded) 
  • Introduction and greetings: Welcome to the “Fast Lane” 10 Minutes
  • Jay Samit Talk on disruption and advice to entrepreneurs – 30 Minutes
  • Interactive discussions with Jay Samit (Q&A) – 30 Minutes

To get the most value out of this free event? We highly recommend that participants come to the event having read Jay’s book “Disrupt you” and completed the companion workbook.This will help you prepare questions for the event and put you in the right disruptor mindset. As you are reading it feel free to start the discussion and recommend questions or requests to incorporate in the agenda by commenting on this page (scroll to the bottom)

Disrupt you! The book

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Disrupt You!: Master Personal Transformation, Seize Opportunity, and Thrive in the Era of Endless Innovation


“Do something today, that your future self will thank you for” Jay Samit

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