Nicole Stroj, Head of Organizational Innovation @ Raiffeisen Bank International AG
Open Innovation is a methodology that can be applied in a broad variety of cases. Practically applied, it has clear benefits and challenges. Throughout this event, you will get to know-how elements of open innovation can be used to engage employees and start-ups and create value for an organization.
Design Thinkers of RTP with Silicon Valley Design Thinking Club is partnering to run this session with the goal of coming up with ideas on How Might We as a Community Support Local Business Retail and Restaurants.
“Enabling business model innovation in your organization"
The world is changing faster than we can deal with it. This is the same for businesses. So, how might we deal with the uncertainties brought about by such rapid change? And, how might we use a more agile, entrepreneurial, design mindset within large corporates? Justin Lokitz, strategy designer and author of Design a Better Business, will share his experiences in combining design thinking, business model innovation, and strategy creation via several award-winning cases across industries. Are you ready to take your company to the next level?
A few years ago Google introduced Android Automotive OS, an Android operating system that is familiar to millions of developers, tailored to run in the car. Most recently, Polestar announced that they are shipping their first electric vehicle (Polestar 2) running Android Automotive OS.
Design Thinking “deep dive” workshop to get practical experience utilizing various tools and techniques applied in particular industry cases. EPAM Systems San Francisco design studio led by Jonathan Lup will run cases devoted to San Francisco Airport, Kaiser Permanente and Habitat for Humanity, where we will cover all the steps throughout research, ideation, and testing. Other workshops will be lead by LEADer Sachio Nishioka and his team of LEAD alumni will present their cornerstone product Design Thinking SandBox, created to allow people across the globe to collaborate and design new products more efficiently
"Fueltime" brainstorm on how to research customer?
This evening we will try to brainstorm on how to research customer for the "Fueltime" startup. Sometimes it is challenging to find customers especially in the emerging market and small niches when the demand is not articulated. What research methods exists? How to approach and use the properly? Let's talk about this challenge through the prism of the case.
This evening we will brainstorm the challenge of "THE BOLT" startup.
This startups is a bridge between business and crypto currencies. And the challenge is to identify attractive market niches and business industries where this service will soar. Detailed problem statement will be shaped on the evening.
This lively session introduces participants to the ThinkWrong methodology, a radical problem-solving system that helps you imagine, create, and operate what's next. You'll get to experience the powerful Deflection Point activity as you ponder a key challenge facing those in the Bay Area. Escape the predictable path and adopt a bold path mindset!
In our modern world, people are disengaged with the story of the food they are consuming in the restaurant. No one knows what we are eating: where it came from, how fresh is it, who grew it, what is unique about this food and who and how cooked it for us. With the end customer-focused digital technology we can bring the food story to the customer and give producers chance to be connected with the end consumers, give chefs the opportunity to take pride in their art of cooking. Food could become the conscious choice and life streaming entertainment in the restaurant. Wouldn’t you like to know what are you eating?