interesting approach ' the speakers go for a bit and then the room is opened up
to the audience. If someone has an opposing point of view or case study they
can take the stage and present it.
experience of the audience push them off the stage?
the credentials to stay atop the 'king of the hill.' See for yourself.
makes all change in the future harder to accomplish. People remember when the
culture gave up on a movement. Alex, 'No entitlement inside the organization by
changing the reward systems' This definitely needs a supportive CEO.
you permission to play in the sandbox' The second item, 'the CEO has to not
only give you budget, but also time because a good idea needs time to be
with this intended path, found the set of experience and broad exposure to
businesses and technologies'? James, 'I never feel like I've got this nailed,
you could spend a whole career positioning organizations for innovation.'
'balancing what I have to do for this year and next, then planning out farther
to meet the ever advancing goals in the future.' James, 'bring people together
periodically across disciplines, engaging people in the process, but you'll
still never get everyone.'
naturally' people don't want to be nailed for something unexpected in
accountability.' Alex, 'for the top ten most important projects the CEO will
have open discussions with the leaders on the projects, allowing for a voice to
the CEO. No power points or presentations, how can we help you work through
their chairs. Nobody is rushing the stage or grabbing the microphone from the moderator.
and experience to share held the stage.