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Campfire, Content, Innovation Leadership, Video
Campfire with Brant Cooper,  NYT bestselling author of “The Lean Entrepreneur”// “Disruption Poetry: Creating Momentum for Change”
In this Campfire session “Disruption Poetry: Creating Momentum for Change, Brant Cooper, New York Times Best Seller and CEO of Moves The Needle, broke down the 5Es of Disruption Poetry: Empathy, Experiments, Evidence, Equilibrium and Ethics — and how they prepare our company to deal with uncertainty. 
Innovation is hard. Disruption is harder. Large, successful businesses achieved their success through superior execution in well-understood markets. Everyone agrees that their companies must be “innovative”, but what does that mean? Executives have long used the term “innovation” to justify everything from open seating floor plans to idea competitions that lead to nowhere.
The question should be “How do we deal with uncertainty?” It might be the uncertainty of new revenue sources in the future or it could be, “how do we manage our supply chain during a global pandemic?”

Lean Innovation principles can help by disrupting how we address uncertainty through a combination of Design Thinking, Lean Startup and Agile practices.
With over two decades of expertise helping companies bring innovative products to market, he blends agile, design thinking, and lean methodologies to ignite entrepreneurial action within large organizations. Brant has a unique take on disrupting our current way of thinking in order to be closer to customers, move faster, and act bolder.  He has experienced monumental milestones such as IPO, acquisition, rapid growth, and crushing failure.

Brant Cooper serves as a global keynote speaker, mentor to entrepreneurs, and trusted advisor to corporate executives. His mission is to teach leaders how to find personal and economic growth through creating new value for fellow humans.

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Campfire, Content, Data Driven Innovation, Video
Campfire with Tatjana de Kerros @Ricolab // “Beyond the hype: Most corporates aren’t ready to invest in startups”
Tatjana de Kerros talks about governance, strategic and financial requirements for successful corporate venturing, the mindset, and of course- the pitfalls (when internal corporate venturing should just be avoided- but how they can still get in on the action).
Tatjana de Kerros is Head of Corporate Venturing at Ricolab, leading venturing, startup collaboration and technology scouting for the Ricola Innovation Lab. She is on the Board of Swiss ICT Investors Club (SICTIC), and Jury Member for Bilan Top 50 Startups, Venturelab and InnoSuisse. Previously to joining Ricolab, Tatjana founded two startups, including Tagmemics, the first Arabic semantic NLP engine for financial markets- which was acquired in 2016, and her career spanned Europe and the GCC.
Tatjana is particularly passionate about transformative technologies and startups that can innovate the health, wellness and financial markets in Switzerland. Her core areas of expertise are in emerging business models across SaaS, platforms, fintech, healthtech and retailtech and new collaborative models between corporates and startups. She is an active mentor, skier, hiker and proud owner of two Salukis.

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Campfire, Content, Innovation Leadership, Video
Join the Campfire “Aligning Innovation and Business Strategy in Corporate innovation” with Christian Lindener, Head of Airbus BizLab, an aerospace accelerator. 
Prior to joining Airbus, Lindener worked as Managing Director for Wayra Germany, a technology innovationhub. In this role, he oversaw the strategic direction of the organisation, as well as, theselection of startups and young technology corporations for integration into the Telefonicàinvestment portfolio. As an independent tech consultant, he has created and advised morethan 20 incubator and accelerator programs. As Director of TechFounders, a high-techhardware accelerator based in Munich, he was responsible for the development of morethan 50 high-tech startups. Lindener has co-founded several companies, one of which–avirtual reality startup— he sold to booking.com in 2014. Most recently, he co-launched D3 Technologies AG, an open digital operations platform for the urban air mobility market.Lindener was born in Brazil–and grew up in Mexico. He studied international businessadministration and economics at the Leopold-Franzens-University in Innsbruck, the University of New Orleans and the University of Barcelona.

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Acceleration & Venture Building, Campfire, Content, Video
The modern landscape of corporate venturing (CV) is emerging and has undergone increasingly rapid evolutions over the past years. A growing heterogeneity of CV modes can be observed such as corporate accelerators, corporate incubators, corporate venture capital, and strategic partnerships with startups. Selecting the appropriate mode is critical given that most corporations struggle to find the proverbial needle in the haystack. Furthermore, scholars’ examination of CV is fragmented and involves competing frameworks and typologies, which fails to provide practitioners with a better understanding of how to effectively choose between distinct CV activities.In order to address the question “Which CV modes and dimensions can be identified in the literature and how can they be categorized comprehensively?”, I propose a reconciliation of various CV dimensions by constructing a framework enhanced with practical examples derived from expert interviews. Going beyond the highly dispersed work on CV I strive to (1) identify, organize, and integrate the relevant literature on corporate venturing activities; (2) analyze the dimensions that have been proposed by scholars to categorize and characterize distinct CV activities; and (3) harmonize competing approaches and introduce a coherent and reconciled framework that organizes CV modes along ‘inside-in’‘inside-out’, and ‘outside-in’ innovation flows, thus helping practitioners and scholars alike better understand and choose more appropriately between discrete CV modes in relation to specific objectives. Author: Tobias Gutmann 
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Campfire, Content, Outside of the box, Social & Purpose Driven Innovation, Video
Alex is a co-founder of Rainmaking, a global innovation and venture building firm working with large organisations and startups to drive innovation. He is also the co-founder of Startupbootcamp, a global network of industry focused accelerators with over 850 startup alumni.  Alex started his career working for an early internet startup in Silicon Valley then spent a decade working with DHL and Deutsche Post in both global headquarter and line management roles.
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Campfire, Content, Innovation Ecosystem, Open Innovation, Video
Dan Toma is an innovation thought leader and the co-author of the award winning book ‘The Corporate Startup’ (published by Vakmedien in 2017 and awarded ‘Management Book of the Year for Innovation and Entrepreneurship’ by Chartered Management Institute and The British Library in 2018).
He is a big proponent of the ecosystem approach to innovation, Dan has also worked with various government bodies, in Asia and Europe, helping developing national innovation ecosystems and implement national innovation strategies. Most noteworthy is his work in the economic aid program of the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vietnam where he helped design and manage a nationwide business acceleration program and supported the capability development activities.
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Campfire, Content, Intrapreneurship, Video
Veronike is an experienced learning and development manager in corporate innovation with a demonstrated history of working in the banking industry.
She is skilled in Customer Development (Lean startup), designing and executing Learning & Development programmes also for executive level. The first years of her career she was Account manager for Large corporate banking in Lease financing.
Furthermore she is a certified Improv Trainer which she uses in Group Facilitation and Public Speaking.
During the “Campfire” session Veronike will focus on Experiences from the ABN AMRO Intrapreneur Program and correlation between Innovation Learning Programs and Intrapreneurship within the company. 
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Campfire, Content, Innovation Leadership, Video
Michael Nichols graduated with an M.A. in Russian Studies from Middlebury College and an M.B.A. from the University of Florida. He joined Bosch in 2014 via the Junior Managers Program and has been working in the field of business model innovation since 2015. After joining Bosch Management Consulting in 2017 as a Senior Business Model Innovation Manager, Michael is now responsible for the Bosch Accelerator Program. The Accelerator Team is establishing a Bosch-wide innovation process with a clear focus on developing an ambidextrous organization to bring more innovation ideas beyond the core business to scale.
Join the Campfire with Michael to participate in a dialogue on the controvertial statement “Corporates cannot innovate outside of their core business”.

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Campfire, Content, Innovation Leadership, Video
Marc is a Chief Digittal Officer @bitmarck, a managed service provider for the IT market of statutory health insurance.
Marc brings digital transformation to insurance, esp. public health services thinking about new player, disruption, change of culture in one of the oldest industry.
He is a deeply experienced Productmanager and Projectleader – Multinationale Projectmanagement, focus unit linked and index linked.
Marc is Business Owner for 7 years – Core business: Consulting, Financial Advice, Real Estate as well as he is a passionated biker and a collector of museums pencil worldwide.

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Campfire, Content
Dan Toma is an innovation thought leader and the co-author of the award winning book ‘The Corporate Startup’. He is a big proponent of the ecosystem approach to innovation, Dan has also worked with various government bodies, in Asia and Europe, helping developing national innovation ecosystems and implement national innovation strategies. Dan focused on the topic “Improving your innovation ecosystem”: What you want is not necessarily what you need – same applies for improving your company’s innovation ecosystem.
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