Understanding Innovation: What Exactly is Innovation, and how does Innovation Happen?

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Unless a company can innovate, it will be left behind in the brave new world of total global competition. But, what exactly is innovation, and how does innovation happen? These are the most important business questions of our times.

Unless a company can innovate, it will be left behind in the brave new world of total global competition. But, what exactly is innovation, and how does innovation happen? These are the most important business questions of our times. Join Peter Fingar for the Inaugural Round Table of our dedicated Innovation "section" on BPMInstitute.org.

In addition to Peter’s presentation which will address the following:

  • Customer-Driven Innovation
  • Business Innovation as the Commercialization of Invention
  • The Globalization of Innovation
  • The Key Types of Business Innovation (Business Model Innovation, Business Process Innovation, and Product or Service Innovation)
  • The Science of Innovation and Innovation as a Business Process
  • BPM and the Pace of Innovation
  • The Collaboration Capabilities Needed for the Innovation Process
  • Overcoming the Innovation Killers in an Organization

Peter will host a panel of Innovation Thought Leaders to discuss the pace of Innovation in a number of industries.

Featured Speaker:

Peter Fingar

Peter Fingar is one of the industry's noted experts on business process management and a practitioner with over thirty years of hands-on leadership at the intersection of business and technology. He delivers keynotes worldwide and is an author of Business Process Management: The Third Wave, The Real-Time Enterprise: Competing on Time, and the just-released Extreme Competition: Innovation and the Great 21st Century Business Reformation (www.mkpress.com).

Joined by Special Guest:

Tom Dwyer, Editorial Director, BPMInstitute.org & Industry Analyst
Tom Dwyer leads Yankee Group's Business Application and Application Infrastructure practice, which covers Enterprise Business Applications, B2B, Enterprise Application Integration, Business Process Management and Application Development and Deployment.

As an industry analyst for the past six years, Mr. Dwyer has conducted primary research and published extensive reports on the Application Software Infrastructure markets. He provides consulting services in the formulation and validation of go-to-market strategies for Application Software Infrastructure suppliers. His prior experience in product development and marketing, channel development and expansion, direct and OEM sales, and professional services assists clients in choosing the appropriate strategies and business approaches.

Before becoming an industry analyst with Aberdeen Group, Mr. Dwyer spent 28 years in the computer industry in various engineering, marketing, professional services, and sales functions. He was a co-founder and general manager of a new software venture at Xerox, which became a wholly owned subsidiary. Mr. Dwyer has held senior management positions in marketing and engineering at Wang Laboratories and Prime Computer and has developed and launched more than 15 software products.

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