Innovation is typically understood as the successful introduction of something new and useful, for example introducing new methods, techniques, or practices, or new or altered products and services.

In the organisational context, innovation may be linked to performance and growth through improvements in efficiency, productivity, quality, competitive positioning and market share.

Through their expertise, our speakers can show you how to build an enterprise-wide innovation system that actually works.  A system based on new values, new skills, new processes, new metrics, new IT solutions and new management structures. A system that puts the focus on continuous innovation – not just at the product and service level, but at the level of the entire business model.  A system that will enable your company to invent new breakthrough strategies for sustaining profitable growth and then turn those strategies into market success stories.

Edward de Bono

Benjamin Zander

Rowan Gibson

John Naisbitt

Robert B Tucker

Ray Kurzweil

Marian Salzman

Robert Winston

Jeremy Rifkin

James Woudhuysen

Watts Wacker

Ken Robinson

Tim Smit

Gary Hamel

Renee Mauborgne

Kjell Nordstrom

Rob Goffee

Michio Kaku