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…
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.
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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):
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 startupsinnovation.com: 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
Described 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.
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
Topic: Learn to disrupt before being disrupted in this era of endless innovation
Technology: We will be using zoom.us for the webinar, web conference. Participants will need to download a plugin from zoom.us 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)
“Do something today, that your future self will thank you for” Jay Samit
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