- Events & Workshops
- Team Training
‘Innovation’ nowadays is a buzzword that refers to individuals and businesses’ ability to create more effective processes, products, and ideas. According to McKinsey, there are three types of innovation: incremental, adjacent, and disruptive innovation.
So what is the difference between these types of innovation and what are the biggest brands doing to innovate?
At our event, The Forces of Innovation: Innovating in the World’s Biggest Brands, we’ll cover:
Angela Bee Chan is the Innovation Lead at Schneider Electric in the Pacific Zone where she is responsible for fostering a culture of innovation. She started her career in public relations working in with food and lifestyle brands such as Max Brennar and Hamilton Island before getting immersed into hackathons. She then worked on accounts such as Intel, EMC, ASUS and Tableau before transitioning into marketing working for a small IT reseller, and then APC by Schneider Electric. Having built her own small businesses, she loves having both the corporate and startup life. You may know her for also being the Founder and CEO of Hackathons Australia.
Christian leads customer opportunity definition at Tricky Jigsaw, M&C Saatchi’s product & service innovation arm. He bring to projects and workshops insights from 15 years across most parts of the product life cycle with a focus on customer strategy and innovation in digital, media, banking, insurance, retail and consumer electronics. Prior to M&C Saatchi, he held senior customer experience roles at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation & service design consultancies. He also successfully launched several product innovations to market. He holds a Master of Art in Design (UNSW) and a Master of Science in Innovation Engineering (Mines ParisTech).
Christian is passionate about how design thinking brings better business outcomes and founded the Sydney Jobs-To-Be-Done meetup to evangelise effective customer centricity. Get in touch at linkedin.com/in/madeinlafrance or meetup.com/sydney_jtbd
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