• ‘Results Not Embroidery’ - Corporate Innovation as Management Practice
    ‘Results Not Embroidery’ | Corporate Innovation as Management Practice (only 25 spots available in total event!) This interactive workshop and round table discussion will be facilitated by Peter Glasheen, Head of Faculty Innovation360 Group AB of Stockholm and Principal of Stratovation (this workshop is not a sales pitch!). During this session Peter will focus on: - Corporate Innovation Maturity/Capability Assessments and metrics - Helping you get a better understanding of why and how organisations around the globe (private and public) are able to assess and measure their strengths and weaknesses of their innovation capabilities. - How these assessments help guide organisation's strategies, decisions and resource allocation for increasing their chances to succeed with their innovation efforts. Peter will be using the Innovation360 framework and InnoSurvey® for assessing innovation capabilities that bridges science and business through AI, data driven analysis and insights from over 6000 organizations in over 60 countries. It is one of the largest databases of organisational capabilities available globally, allowing benchmarking against best in class innovators across all regions and industries. This event is for you if you are: Someone who wishes to understand more about corporate innovation, how to assess and improve Corporate Innovator Innovation Program Manager Director / Executive / Business Manager Business or Digital Transformation Manager Organisational Change Manager with a focus on Innovation Business Improvement Manager Entrepreneur or researcher that wish to understand more about corporate innovation Business Analyst, Enterprise Architect, Program / Project Manager Getting the most out of the workshop If you would like to really test-drive one of the world’s most advanced innovation management models and learn how your organisation can sharpen its innovation strategy, then send an email to [masked] and we will send you a link to the assessment survey. Completing this 20-minute survey before mid-day Friday 2 November, we will bring your personalised report to the workshop for you. You will then be able to walk away with a holistic view of your organisation's current state, a common language for innovation grounded in research (no buzzwords) and new perspectives through facilitated round table discussions with peers covering strategy, process, culture, governance, metrics and organising for innovation. Prefer not to complete the survey This is also fine, we will provide an example that we will work through during the workshop so you can still understand the framework and the value it provides. About Peter Peter is a second career Consultant focusing on advisory work that significantly improves the management practice of Strategy and Innovation - and recognises the intrinsic links between the two - in both private and public sector organisations. Peter was Australia’s first Innovation 360 Licensed Practitioner and the first accredited globally as a Master Black Belt Practitioner. He is also the Head of Faculty at Innovation360 Group AB which is headquartered in Stockholm, responsible for developing their Accreditation programs as well as directing and delivering Accreditations in their tools and methodologies internationally in Stockholm, New York, Dubai and Australia. Innovation360 is a Swedish company leading the way globally in Innovation Maturity Assessments.The extensive methodology is based on the book ‘How to Assess and Measure Business Innovation’ written by Magnus Penker, Founder of Innovation360. Magnus was recognised as “CEO of the Year in Sweden” in 2016 for his achievements in Innovation and Growth Strategies. This workshop is organised by BIGJUMP and supported by River City Labs, Innovation360, Stratovation Ashbrooke Law and Lean Business Strategies Meetup

    River City Labs

    Level 3, 315 Brunswick Street, · Fortitude Valley

  • Corporate Innovation Workshop - ‘Results Not Embroidery’
    ‘Results Not Embroidery’ | Corporate Innovation as Management Practice (only 25 spots available!) This interactive workshop and round table discussion will be facilitated by Peter Glasheen, Head of Faculty Innovation360 Group AB of Stockholm and Principal of Stratovation (this workshop is not a sales pitch!). During this session Peter will focus on: - Corporate Innovation Maturity/Capability Assessments and metrics - Helping you get a better understanding of why and how organisations around the globe (private and public) are able to assess and measure their strengths and weaknesses of their innovation capabilities. - How these assessments help guide organisation's strategies, decisions and resource allocation for increasing their chances to succeed with their innovation efforts. Peter will be using the Innovation360 framework and InnoSurvey® for assessing innovation capabilities that bridges science and business through AI, data driven analysis and insights from over 6000 organizations in over 60 countries. It is one of the largest databases of organisational capabilities available globally, allowing benchmarking against best in class innovators across all regions and industries. This event is for you if you are: Someone who wishes to understand more about corporate innovation, how to assess and improve Corporate Innovator Innovation Program Manager Director / Executive / Business Manager Business or Digital Transformation Manager Organisational Change Manager with a focus on Innovation Business Improvement Manager Entrepreneur or researcher that wish to understand more about corporate innovation Business Analyst, Enterprise Architect, Program / Project Manager Getting the most out of the workshop If you would like to really test-drive one of the world’s most advanced innovation management models and learn how your organisation can sharpen its innovation strategy, then send an email to [masked] and we will send you a link to the assessment survey. Completing this 20-minute survey before mid-day Friday 2 November, we will bring your personalised report to the workshop for you. You will then be able to walk away with a holistic view of your organisation's current state, a common language for innovation grounded in research (no buzzwords) and new perspectives through facilitated round table discussions with peers covering strategy, process, culture, governance, metrics and organising for innovation. Prefer not to complete the survey This is also fine, we will provide an example that we will work through during the workshop so you can still understand the framework and the value it provides. About Peter Peter is a second career Consultant focusing on advisory work that significantly improves the management practice of Strategy and Innovation - and recognises the intrinsic links between the two - in both private and public sector organisations. Peter was Australia’s first Innovation 360 Licensed Practitioner and the first accredited globally as a Master Black Belt Practitioner. He is also the Head of Faculty at Innovation360 Group AB which is headquartered in Stockholm, responsible for developing their Accreditation programs as well as directing and delivering Accreditations in their tools and methodologies internationally in Stockholm, New York, Dubai and Australia. Innovation360 is a Swedish company leading the way globally in Innovation Maturity Assessments.The extensive methodology is based on the book ‘How to Assess and Measure Business Innovation’ written by Magnus Penker, Founder of Innovation360. Magnus was recognised as “CEO of the Year in Sweden” in 2016 for his achievements in Innovation and Growth Strategies. Note: morning tea / late breakfast will be provided This workshop is organised by BIGJUMP and supported by WeWork, Innovation360, Stratovation, Ashbrooke Law and Lean Business Strategies Meetup

    WeWork

    Level 6 140 Creek Street · Brisbane City

  • Startups: Selling to your first 100 customers
    This meetup will help you to sell to your first 10 customers, and then how to adjust as you sell to your next 90 customers. This event is ideal for companies that are selling to their first 100 customers and are SAAS based. Paul is a mentor at River City Labs. He runs the Startup Sales Coach website http://www.startupsalescoach.net that provides free assistance to startups to upgrade their sales skills. Paul has been an enterprise sales executive for the past 18 years and has personally sold over $40M in transactions. His industry background is software, technology and ICT consulting.

    River City Labs

    Level 3, 315 Brunswick Street, · Fortitude Valley

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  • International Corporate Innovation Expert & Author - Dan Toma
    This event will feature Dan Toma, High Profile International Corporate Innovation Thought Leader and award winning author of The Corporate Startup book. www.linkedin.com/in/dantoma & www.thecorporatestartupbook.com - The Corporate Startup Book - Winner of the 2018 Management Book Of The Year Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. How can companies overcome major innovation challenges? This event will give you insight into Dan Toma's unique perspective on ideation, business transformation, and the current innovation climate in different parts of the world. - Dan Toma - Innovation Expert | Author | 12 years digital product ownership experience | MBA | certified lean startup coach (currently based in Germany) Dan comes from an entrepreneurial background - he has been involved with technology startups across the world. Puzzled by the questions ‘why are innovative products mainly launched by startups?’, he focuses on enterprise innovation strategy - specifically on the changes blue-chip organizations need to make to allow for new ventures to be built in a corporate setting. In this capacity he worked with companies like DNB Bank, World Bank, GroupDeutsche Telekom, Bosch, Jaguar Land Rover, Bayer, John Deere, Allianz, BMW. Dan has also worked with various government bodies, in Asia and Europe, helping developing national innovation ecosystems and implement national innovation strategies. For additional informaton - Expert Spotlight interview from Qmarkets featuring Dan Toma (www.qmarkets.net/blog/overcoming-complexity-with-flexibility-an-interview-with-dan-toma/?lang=linkedin&utm_campaign=dantoma) In this session Dan will cover - Corporate Innovation beyond playing with Post-It notes - Interactive session on 'Governing Innovation' - Q & A If you are with an organisation that would benefit from a session / workshop with Dan Toma during his visit to Brisbane (2 Oct - 4 Oct). Please [masked] This event is co-hosted with Brisbane Agile Meetup and is supported by River City Labs, Australian Computer Society (ACS), Ashbrooke Law and Lean Startup Co.

    River City Labs, Startup Precinct

    Level 2 TC Beirne Building, 315 Brunswick St · Fortitude Valley

  • Practical Influencing Tactics for Startups
    Being able to influence others around you is a key trait of success for sales people for many generations. Are influencers born or made? Can you learn to be more influential? The truth is that you can learn how to be more influential with those around you! In 1984, Robert Caildini introduced the Theory of Influence, based on the following six key principles: • Reciprocity • Commitment and consistency • Social proof • Authority • Liking • Scarcity. Paul Davies (https://www.linkedin.com/in/paultdavies)will outline the 6 Principles of Influence, and give you practical examples and tips to apply in your Startup Sales today! Paul is a mentor at River City Labs. He has 18 years of B2B sales experience with over $40M of personal selling. Paul has worked in organisations with minimal marketing/branding to sign up big-brand customers.

    River City Labs

    Level 3, 315 Brunswick Street, · Fortitude Valley

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  • Startups: How to sell to your first 100 customers
    This meetup will help you to sell to your first 10 customers, and then how to adjust as you sell to your next 90 customers. This event is ideal for companies that are selling to their first 100 customers and are SAAS based. Paul is a mentor at River City Labs. He runs the Startup Sales Coach website http://www.startupsalescoach.net that provides free assistance to startups to upgrade their sales skills. Paul has been an enterprise sales executive for the past 18 years and has personally sold over $40M in transactions. His industry background is software, technology and ICT consulting.

    River City Labs

    Level 3, 315 Brunswick Street, · Fortitude Valley

    6 comments
  • Practical Influencing Skills for Startups
    Being able to influence others around you is a key trait of success for sales people for many generations. Are influencers born or made? Can you learn to be more influential? The truth is that you can learn how to be more influential with those around you! In 1984, Robert Caildini introduced the Theory of Influence, based on the following six key principles: • Reciprocity • Commitment and consistency • Social proof • Authority • Liking • Scarcity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AsPtArozgY&t=98s Paul Davies (https://www.linkedin.com/in/paultdavies)will outline the 6 Principles of Influence, and give you practical examples and tips to apply in your Startup Sales today! Paul is a mentor at River City Labs. He has 18 years of B2B sales experience with over $40M of personal selling. Paul has worked in organisations with minimal marketing/branding to sign up big-brand customers.

    River City Labs, Startup Precinct

    Level 2 TC Beirne Building, 315 Brunswick St · Fortitude Valley

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  • Startup Growth: Leveraging Jobs Theory to increase your competitiveness
    Jobs Theory is a powerful tool to interpret why businesses fail and succeed, and can assist in building competitive strategies for businesses. This meetup will frame Jobs Theory around how a startup can become more competitive by closely aligning to their customers' intrinsic needs to "make progress". Jobs Theory, by Prof. Clay Christensen (Harvard), has been developed over the past 20 years and is now a powerful predictive theory for business growth and success. He explains Jobs theory with the McDonalds Milkshake example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEFAHIulWw4 In this Meetup we will cover: - What is Jobs Theory? - Examples on ways to grow your startup - Interactive Q&A The content for this presentation is based on Harvard researchers: Clayton M. Christensen, Taddy Hall, Karen Dillon, David S. Duncan. There will be a "sales flavour" to this presentation, as most startup founders need to be able to pitch their product.

    River City Labs

    Level 3, 315 Brunswick Street, · Fortitude Valley

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  • Playing Lean: Full Game - Myriad Edition @River City Labs
    Join us on Wednesday 6th June to experience the Playing Lean game! Fun alternative to watching State of Origin! Joeri (Yuri) Timmermans, Certified Playing Lean Facilitator will be hosting the game that will help you put the The Lean Startup principles into practice. During this MYRIAD Edition, Joeri will introduce the NEW Ride Sharing Scenario with companies such as Zuber, SydeCar, BlaBlaRides and Lift Playing Lean (www.playinglean.com) is an educational board game which facilitates learning of the Lean Start-up principles through gamified experience. Each game is limited to a maximum of 12-16 players https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WNUO08rpqY Who can benefit from Playing Lean ? Corporate Entrepreneurs or Professionals working on innovative ideas. For Startup founders who would like to learn from experienced trainers about Lean Startup methodology and how to apply it to mitigate the risk of failure and build products people want. For Corporate Entrepreneurs who work within a company in order to introduce innovation and to revitalise and diversify its business. For Professionals working on innovative ideas or developing their projects, who want to learn about Lean Startup methodology, and how to use it to boost their odds of success. Playing Lean – A Learning Tool Playing Lean is both a serious board game and a great workshop format. Combined, it's a great way to kickstart your learning about Lean Startup. You get to play a game, have a lot of fun and still call it work! Playing Lean is rapidly growing around the world with the following Governments and Institutions adopting the game to teach Lean Startup: • Startup Labs Oslo • Swiss Startup Factory • Innovation Lab Fribourg • Swiss Startup Association • Norwegian University of Life Sciences • Berlin University of the Arts There are certified Playing Lean facilitators in: Belgium, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, The United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom. Sponsorship We appreciate the support from River City Labs as our location sponsor for this event.

    River City Labs

    Level 3, 315 Brunswick Street, · Fortitude Valley

    A$15.00
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  • Playing Lean: Full Game - Myriad Edition @Oracle
    Join us on Tuesday 29th May to experience the Playing Lean game! Joeri (Yuri) Timmermans, Certified Playing Lean Facilitator will be hosting the game that will help you put the The Lean Startup principles into practice. During this MYRIAD Edition, Joeri will introduce the NEW Ride Sharing Scenario with companies such as Zuber, SydeCar, BlaBlaRides and Lift Playing Lean (www.playinglean.com) is an educational board game which facilitates learning of the Lean Start-up principles through gamified experience. Each game is limited to a maximum of 12-16 players https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WNUO08rpqY Who can benefit from Playing Lean ? Corporate Entrepreneurs or Professionals working on innovative ideas. For Startup founders who would like to learn from experienced trainers about Lean Startup methodology and how to apply it to mitigate the risk of failure and build products people want. For Corporate Entrepreneurs who work within a company in order to introduce innovation and to revitalise and diversify its business. For Professionals working on innovative ideas or developing their projects, who want to learn about Lean Startup methodology, and how to use it to boost their odds of success. Playing Lean – A Learning Tool Playing Lean is both a serious board game and a great workshop format. Combined, it's a great way to kickstart your learning about Lean Startup. You get to play a game, have a lot of fun and still call it work! Playing Lean is rapidly growing around the world with the following Governments and Institutions adopting the game to teach Lean Startup: • Startup Labs Oslo • Swiss Startup Factory • Innovation Lab Fribourg • Swiss Startup Association • Norwegian University of Life Sciences • Berlin University of the Arts There are certified Playing Lean facilitators in: Belgium, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, The United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom. Sponsorship We greatly appreciate the support of Jason Lowe and Oracle Brisbane Meetup for hosting this event.

    Oracle Brisbane

    Level 16, 340 Adelaide St · Brisbane

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