To Win the Future, Legacy Organizations Must Innovate in 3 New and Different Ways
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:
- What motivated you to write this book?
- In your book you state that innovation is much harder in large organizations than in startups, why is that?
- 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?
- 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?
- You argue that culture plays a very important role in innovation, please explain!
- 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.
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