In today’s first paced world, organizations need to generate new business models, engaging user experiences and groundbreaking innovations to not only thrive but for some, survive. Bias within companies such as the “not invented here” or “we’ve tried that before” mindsets augmented with slow paced execution are hamstringing firms. To mitigate this roadblock, companies are looking outside their corporate walls for inspiration, passion and momentum. This presentation will provide real world case studies on how Fortune 100 organizations are leveraging the gig-economy and the startup ecosystem to develop the next big idea as well as provide the resources required to quickly commercialize the concepts.
After this session, you’ll be able to:
- Understand what the gig-economy and startup ecosystem are
- Leverage the gig-economy and startup ecosystem to spark innovations
- Replicate how organizations have developed collaborative resourcing models to access hard-to-find skills and deploy initiatives at startup speed