Make agility great again !

You think you have the idea of ​​the century? You have found the method that will revolutionize everything? Agility will be grat again ? Good for you.

On the other hand, if you think that the idea will impose itself or that the intelligence always wins, you will be disapointed soon.

Winning with your ideas is a war and it must be done as such. We will discuss the theme of the curve of adoption of ideas, the strategy of conquest and relays on which to rely.

 
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Outline/Structure of the Keynote

1- don't be a fool, the war of ideas can't be avoided

2- the adoption curve of ideas: from early adopters to laggards, you have to cross the chasm

3- make you ideas great again, is like D-DAY in Normandy

4- the trigger, the connector and the seller: three profiles that you will like

Learning Outcome

No good idea win by itself. Selling your ideas needs preparation, roadmap & planification.

This keynote aims to convince attendees of the need, to give them a clear view of the battle to come, and some clues to begin with tomorrow.

Target Audience

everybody

Prerequisites for Attendees

none

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