Successful innovation offers businesses unrivalled opportunities for growth, but how far can existing organisations cultivate ground-breaking ideas, products and services within their business architecture? Can organisations pivot quickly enough to enable innovation to flourish, do the antibodies within organisations stifle success, and are new ventures needed to build the innovative platforms of the future?
Join us at 5pm GMT (12 noon ET, 9am PT, 6pm CET) on 21st March when our host, David Howells, and panellist David Bovis will be speaking to our guests. We are joined by Dr Andreas Berger, Co-Founder and CEO of HUMADA Inc. as we learn how best to cultivate innovation.
Broadcast over YouTube Live, the Improvement and Innovation Show is hosted by David Howells and David Bovis. Every two months the panel are joined by guests from businesses actively involved in the latest innovation and improvement programmes and projects.
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Our Guests and Panel:
Dr. Andreas Berger
Dr Andreas Berger is the co-founder and CEO of HUMADA Inc. A serial entrepreneur and currently Visiting Scholar at Stanford’s Data Science Department, Andreas was previously part of the US-based management team of RWE AG leading M&A deals and a number of other projects within in Innogy SE Group.
With experience spanning from running an IT company to management of small businesses across the globe, Andreas is a leading innovation-centric academic with a wealth of experience in building successful ventures.
David Howells is MD of Pacific, an international executive search firm operating out of London, New York and Sydney. With a background in economics and marketing, David specialises in managing search projects in the fields of Operational Management, Performance Improvement and Re-engineering, PMI, Restructuring and Turnaround.
David Bovis is MD of Duxinaroe, a change management consultancy firm based in the UK. David has spent over 20 years leading change across Europe, developing world-class manufacturing, Lean and Six Sigma programs and studying psychology and neuroscience to deliver a deeper understanding of organisational culture and performance.