This crash course is for innovation managers who are either looking for an introduction to or a refresh in the fundamentals of corporate innovation.
Over one day we will equip you with the mindsets, methodologies and tools you need to help you successfully navigate the minefield that is corporate innovation, by focusing on the top 20% of things you will need to know in order to get 80% of the results. By focusing not on what every innovation manager gets right, but by focusing on what most innovation managers get wrong, we can help you develop a competitive advantage over your peers in a short amount of time.
If you answer yes to any of the following questions then this course is for you.
Steve and the team at Collective Campus facilitated and structured a hackathon event for us with great results. Collective Campus provided us with new and different experimentation tools and techniques, which enabled us to progress quickly on all our ideas.
"The lean startup bootcamp is a great way for employees to learn the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, life in a startup and how to diverge from their normal way of thinking. Highly recommended."
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Steve Glaveski is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, author and podcast host. He is the CEO and Co-Founder of Collective Campus, a corporate innovation hub, school and consultancy based in Australia and Singapore that works with large organisations to help them adopt the mindsets, methods and tools required to successfully explore new business models in an era of rapid change. The organisation has helped MetLife Insurance, Australian Unity, Sportsbet, King & Wood Mallesons, Mills Oakley, Telstra and National Australia Bank with their innovation goals and has just announced a global EdTech startup accelerator, based in Singapore. Steve wrote the Innovation Manager's Handbook vol 1 and 2 and hosts Future², an iTunes chart topping podcast on corporate innovation and entrepreneurship which has seen him interview thought leaders such as Steve Blank, Ash Maurya, Alec Ross and Karen Dillon. A keynote speaker on corporate innovation, Steve has graced the stage at CPA Congress across Australia in 2016, PauseFest, HRx, ANZ, NAB, Bupa, CarSales, Downer Group, Australia Post, CapGemini and VicRoads, amongst others. More recently, Steve founded Lemonade Stand, a children's entrepreneurship program for 9-12 year olds that teaches them the fundamentals of design thinking, the lean startup philosophy, coding and developing augmented realities. The program has been rolled out across Australia and Singapore. He previously founded HOTDESK, an office sharing platform and has worked for the likes of Westpac, Dun & Bradstreet, the Victorian Auditor General's Office, Ernst & Young, KPMG and Macquarie Bank.