Living in a constant flux, the need to innovate and transform is omnipresent. As each year descends upon us, it brings new opportunities and challenges. We must continually renew and refine our approach towards change to thrive. Come join us on our 20th anniversary as we explore actionable steps that can be adopted to spark the change in your own organisations!
Exponential Governments shall distill strategies and competencies for the future of policy making.
Alex will share first-hand on experimentations and alternate game plans towards policy design and implementation while Dr. Suraya will be discussing the challenges policy makers need to contend with in the immediate future and explore the competencies they will require.
Systemising Innovation will explore how organisations can capture the full force of their talent pizazz to drive growth and competitiveness, ensuring sustainability and resilience of the organisation.
Magnus will talk about managing innovation in a systematic manner built on ISO principles, an emerging practice that is rapidly gaining ground within leading organisations. Azim will be deliberating the culture and mindset required within organisations to embrace this trailblazing new norm, sharing how leaders can embed the practice with great success.
Come attend The Future of Innovation to find out more!
Register by 1st December 2020 (Tuesday). Your registration will only be confirmed once you received your confirmation email.
Date: 8th December 2020 (Tuesday)
Time: 4PM - 6PM (GMT+8)
Location: Zoom (Instructions to attend the event will be sent via email upon confirmation)
Welcome by Alpha Catalyst Consulting
Welcome by Alpha Catalyst Consulting
- Dr. Suraya Sulaiman
- Exponential Governments: The Future of Policy Making
- Alexandru Oprunenco
- NextGen Government
- Q&A Session 1
- Magnus Karlsson
- Introduction to the ISO 56000 - Series of Guiding Standards for Innovation Management
- Azim Pawanchik
- Digitising Innovation Management: Leveraging Social Technologies and Algorithms to Drive Innovation
- Q&A Session 2
- Moderated by Azim Pawanchik
Innovation Specialist, United Nations Development Program
Alex is passionate about behavioral and development economics, as well as social innovation for global development. His work at the UNDP focuses on building partnerships and testing new approaches to public policy issues.
Some of his achievements include setting up the first Randomized Control Trial to test new approaches to tuberculosis treatment and establishing MiLab, a Social Innovation Hub in Chisinau, Moldova.
National Expert and Chairman, SIS/TK532 Innovation Management
Swedish Institute for Standards
Magnus is experienced and passionate in innovation management, both in research and in practice. His areas of expertise include developing innovation management systems, strengthening the capabilities of the innovation management professions and developing strategic foresight for organisations worldwide.
He has over 10 years of experience as the Director of New Business Development and Innovation at Ericsson in Stockholm, and has been working with several major companies in the area of innovation management.
Innovation Strategist, Alpha Catalyst
Azim has been involved in innovation and R&D close to 25 years. He focuses on guiding organisations develop and execute their growth game strategy, leveraging on innovation. An entrepreneur at heart, Azim is also the driving force in actualising Asia’s first digital innovation and transformation management software for enterprise. He is passionate about exploring the potentials of AI and gamification in the world we live in.
Dr Suraya Sulaiman
Innovation Provocateur, Alpha Catalyst
Dr Suraya Sulaiman is a specialist on the social side of innovation implementation, in aspects relating to innovation leadership, culture and capability. She blends scientific approaches when assisting organisations transform towards a more digital ready culture. She has played an active role in designing and implementing innovation strategies at a national and corporate level.