location_city Bengaluru schedule Mar 7th 10:30 - 11:15 AM place Mysore Hall 2 people 19 Interested

Designing a highly creative and productive work culture looks easy, but is actually hard work. In this talk, I will explain my transition from more traditional workplaces, like law firms and universities, to an innovative one. Using Cooper as a case study, I will explore nine steps you can take to create a culture of innovation at your organization.


Outline/Structure of the Talk

  • Introduction - my background
  • 9 steps to a creative culture

Learning Outcome

I would like people to develop a company culture that is conducive to high creativity and productivity.

Target Audience

This talk would be great for managers, or business leaders who hope to grow in their roles.



schedule Submitted 4 years ago

  • Nate Clinton
    Nate Clinton
    Managing Director
    schedule 4 years ago
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    45 Mins

    Now that we talk to our computers, what new possibilities and tradeoffs (and business models) will emerge? Today's "digital assistants" are relatively weak, but hint at an evolution in our way of living and working and transacting. In this session, we'll explore the current state of conversational interfaces, speculate about the future of the intelligent assistant, and point to how humans will play a role that new world.

  • Andrew Kaufteil

    Andrew Kaufteil / Nate Clinton - Leading Creative Ideation

    480 Mins

    Crack your head open and release a surge of creative ideas with engaging activities that promote clarity, inspiration, and buzz within your organization. We’ll cover methods and facilitation tools to ensure you run fruitful brainstorming sessions, leading your team to more and better ideas. You’ll learn to frame the problem you’re solving, come up with an exploration strategy, and facilitate the session, giving you and your team new ways to get inspired and energized when looking for solutions.

  • Siraj Sirajuddin

    Siraj Sirajuddin / Susan Gibson - The New New Offshore Development Game - Taking India’s Offshore Advantage to the Next Level with Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

    90 Mins

    The New New Offshore Development Game: Taking India’s Offshore Advantage to the Next Level with SAFe®.

    India has won the offshore development game by numbers. The offshore advantage is firmly with Indian software services players.

    How will India continue to win this game? How are the leading Indian software services companies going to provide Enterprise Agility advantage to their clients? How are they transforming themselves to enable their clients transformation? How are the GICs (Captives) adopting Scaled Agile to match the “Motherships”?

    In this powerful keynote presentation we look at where the leading edge is for these offshore scaled agile service providers. We will hear stories of transformation and the challenges of adopting Scaled Agile.

    Siraj Sirajuddin (SIRAJ), SPCT4, MBA - has been working with very large offshore scaled agile engagements since 2012. He has been in the Indian offshore development advisory business since 1992. He is India’s first SAFe Program Consultant & Trainer (SPCT4) and his consulting firm, Temenos+Agility, is India’s leading provider of Scaled Agile training, consulting and advisory for offshore vendors and GICs (Captives). He travels between India and USA every month leading several large onshore / offshore client engagements and training workshops. Siraj has trained more than 200+ SPCs in India and several thousand scaled agile professionals all over the world. He is the Founder of The Temenos Effect and hosts the annual Temenos Effect Gatherings in Bengaluru India and Boston USA.

    Susan Gibson, SPCT4, CSPO - For the past thirty years in the tech industry, Susan has been working with large enterprises, helping them to transform, resulting in happier employees, delighted customers, and greater competitive advantage . Susan is Co-Founder of Temenos+Agility, and travels the world, training, consulting and mentoring top leaders from some of the world's largest multi-national corporations, enabling them and other change agents to lead large-scale agile transformations, leveraging the Scaled Agile Framework.