Get real to get impact - Strategy Forum 28 April 2017
Get real to get impact - Strategy Forum 28 April 2017
Strategy and transformation

Strategy Forum

Get real to get impact

On Friday 28 April more than 120 strategy and business leaders joined Implement's Strategy Forum event focusing on successful strategy development through prototyping and scientific testing methods. Google & Space 10, IKEA’s external innovation hub, shared their experience on why and how they work with prototyping.

  • April 2017 28
  • Start time
    08:30
    End time
    12:00
  • Price
    Free of charge
    Where
    Implement Consulting Group Strandvejen 56 2900 Hellerup

We know for a fact that only 33% of business strategies deliver on desired impact. Not very impressive at a first glance. However, strategy is not about perfection – and the success rate will never become 100%. But as leaders and strategists of the future, we need to reflect and think hard about how to shorten the odds of success and that was exactly what we did together with Google & SPACE10 at our inspirational half-day event with perspectives on how to improve the way we develop winning strategies through leveraging innovative prototyping techniques and systematic testing methodologies.

During the day we:

  • Gained insight into best practice prototyping techniques applicable in strategy and innovation
  • Put prototyping into the context of developing business strategies
  • Got inspired based on concrete cases and inspirational sessions with some of Implement’s close relations
  • Met and discussed perspectives with strategists and business leaders

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Strategy Forum

Implement's Strategy Forum is targeted at strategy and business development leaders who want to get inspired by new approaches to making strategy work across the organisation or at corporate, business unit and functional strategy level. Participation in the network is non-binding and free of charge.

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Martin Lyngaa Simonsen
Martin Lyngaa Simonsen
+45 2338 0036
  • Programme

    08:00

    Doors open and networking breakfast

    08:30

    Get real to get impact – prototyping strategies

    09:30

    Networking break

    10:00

    Prototyping in practice – examples of Google & Space10 Ikea

    11:00

    Putting prototyping to work – discussions and reflections

    11:30

    Closing remarks and light networking lunch

  • Practical information

    Time

    Friday 28 April 2017 from 08.30 to 12.00 (doors open at 08.00).

    Place

    Implement Consulting Group, Strandvejen 56, 2900 Hellerup.

    Price

    Free of charge.

    Participants

    The session is directed at strategy and business development leaders who want to be inspired by a new approach for making strategy work across the organisation or at the level of corporate, business unit and functional strategy.

    Contact

    If you have any questions in relation to the event, please contact Philippe Loyau: +45 5159 3926, phlo@implement.dk.

Google

Google is the largest database ever built on consumers intention. Google Copenhagen combines data with a strong business mindset to lead digital transformation, business model innovation and growth initiatives for the largest organizations in Denmark across multiple industries

Keynote speakers

Morten Petersen & Morten Bruun who are respectively Head of Engagement and Industry Manager will present how Google work with strategic prototyping. Among others they work with digital transformation & business model innovation for some of the largest organisations in Denmark.

SPACE10

SPACE10 investigates the future of urban living through a series of labs. Their visionary designers, artists, technologists, makers and creatives ideate and prototype ideas and solutions to major challenges the global community faces and exhibit them to the world

Keynote speakers

Guillaume Charny-Brunet who is a founding member of SPACE10, and Director of Innovation and Strategy will be present to share his thoughts on strategic prototyping. Guillaume spent the last 10 years helping large organizations think and act like startups.