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To Win the Future, Legacy Organizations Must Innovate in 3 New and Different Ways

Posted: October 5, 2019 at 2:26 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Kris Oestergaard, a sought after speaker, facilitator, researcher and expert on innovation in legacy organizations, corporate cultures and exponential organizations joins Enterprise Radio. His book is: “Transforming Legacy Organizations: Turn Your Established Business into an Innovation Champion to Win the Future”.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Kris Oestergaard discuss the following:

  1. What motivated you to write this book?
  2. In your book you state that innovation is much harder in large organizations than in startups, why is that?
  3. The book begins with addressing “old questions” that organizations need to explore in new ways, e.g. that they must explore their six degrees of competition. What is that about?
  4. You write about immune systems as barriers towards innovation in organizations. Can you explain what it is that is holding organizations back when it comes to innovation?
  5. You argue that culture plays a very important role in innovation, please explain!
  6. The book discusses how larger, established organizations must innovate in three tracks simultaneously. What are those tracks and why is that?

Kris Oestergaard is a sought after speaker, facilitator, researcher and expert on innovation in legacy organizations, corporate cultures and exponential organizations. He is co-founder and Chief Learning and Innovation Officer of SingularityU Nordic, a collaborative venture with Singularity University in Silicon Valley. His new book is Transforming Legacy Organizations: Turn Your Established Business into an Innovation Champion to Win the Future (Wiley, June 10, 2019). Learn more at sunordic.org.

WebsiteKrisOestergaard.com

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