Innovation is Everybody’s Business
By Robert B. Tucker

How to Make Yourself Indispensable in Today’s Hypercompetitive World

Organizations today are increasingly in need of high potential managers and individual contributors with the abilities and mindset to get new projects done. While professionals with functional and technical skills are valued, those with Innovation Skills are emerging as the most sought-after talent in today’s hyper-competitive age.

 

In this practical, inspiring and highly interactive personal development session, global innovation guru and bestselling author Robert Tucker explores powerful tools and strategies to help you and your colleagues hone your ability to seize emerging opportunities, develop new revenue sources, add value, and create unconventional solutions.

 

Formats: This session can be delivered as a one hour keynote, 90 minute general session, or interactive half- or full-day seminar.
Innovation is Everybody's Business

Live at The Economist Innovation Conference

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The Future of Conferences

6 Step Process for Opportunity Discovery

Interview with CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo

“Driving Growth Through Innovation”

Tucker has stripped away the myth that innovation is the responsibility of a select few. All of us are capable of innovating every single day if we simply adopt the innovator’s mindset.

Jeff Hwang, President,
LG Mobile Communications U.S.A

Based on interviews with dozens of innovation-adept managers and contributors, this session guides you and your colleagues in:

  • Mastering the seven essential Innovation Skills (I-Skills) needed to become indispensable;
  • Unleashing the “mindset, skill-set, and toolset of the innovator” that enable you to anticipate and rise to the challenges your organization faces in a hyper-competitive era;
  • Building tools for work-life balance and creating your own job satisfaction

What Recent Attendees Have Gained from Participating in this Session

  • “Mr. Tucker gave me the courage to press on.”
  • “Excellent, stimulating, invigorating. Started the juices for creative thinking in our facility.”
  • “Topic of innovation, especially in [our industry], is very relevant. Loved the comment on how would Jobs or Branson look at [our business].
  • “Outstanding topic! Great presenter. Great start to the conference.”
  • “Very appropriate for our conference as we face the need for innovation”
  • “A very thought-provoking and useful presentation”
  • “Plenty of food for thought!”
  • “Excellent, stimulating, invigorating. Started the juices for creative thinking in our [business unit].”
  • “Look at things from all perspectives.”
  • “Do not judge others’ ideas as poor even if they are different from your own.”
  • “Simple ideas can make a radical difference.”
  • “Don’t be afraid to innovate.”
  • “Everyone can participate in innovation.”
  • “Don’t be afraid to speak up and make suggestions.”
  • “Expand your view of what can be considered innovation.”
  • “Volunteer to take on more responsibility.”

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