Digitalized - Agile - Connected - Integrated - Smart: Agile Innovation 4.0

At this conference presented use cases, round tables, workshops and personal meetings will deepen your detailed understanding of innovation strategies, methods and pitfalls. Experts share best practices on how to use agile methods to develop digital products or services and how to implement innovation projects in the company.

Fast-changing markets require companies to develop new services and even new business models in less time. Agile innovation methods help to accelerate innovation processes by integrating product or service design, development, adaptation and introduction into one management framework.

How can we use the potential of agile methods for innovation processes? To establish agile forms of work, some cultural requirements must be met. To transform a company into an agile and innovative organization is a central management challenge. Agile Innovation Strategy Day illuminates the latest methods and tools companies should adapt to become even more innovative, as well as the critical success factors of agile innovation management.

Interactive Networking Format

  • Inspiring talks (Cutting-edge business cases, strategies, technology, best management practices, analysis, methods)
  • Workshops
  • Networking meetings
  • Online archive and community

Topics

  • Agile management in innovation areas
  • Successful combination of agile methods such as Scrum, Kanban and Design Thinking to develop innovative digital products
  • How can innovation potential be uncovered in a highly dynamic market environment? – Methods, tools and techniques
  • Design thinking as a mindset and method for innovation activities
  • The creation of an agile innovation culture in companies: Necessary framework conditions
  • Agile leadership, empowerment and error culture: Mindset for new innovative strength
  • Innovation strategy in interaction with the corporate strategy and the involvement of the customer: finding the right balance between customer needs and corporate goals
  • Effective innovation management through efficient innovation service design
  • Process model for the structured development of new business model concepts and the future-oriented further development of the competence portfolio
  • Agile methods as an important key for the development of innovative digital offers / as a basis for successful innovation management in the company
  • Experiences and success factors in cooperation with agile start-ups: Combining classic corporate structures with agile start-up working methods - how does the interaction really work?
  • New business incubators, innovation labs: What established companies can learn from startups - opportunities and challenges
  • From developing platforms to building new business incubators
  • The customer journey in the digital world
  • Use of AI and machine learning in the innovation process

This event was super! All talks have been inspiring. I learned a lot. Thanks for this.

Franziska Mair, Senior Manager Digital Innovation, PAUL HARTMANN AG

Thank you very much for having organised this event. I can use many key take-aways for my practice.

Tobias Lehmann, Software Project Manager and Agile Coach, Dräger

Thank you very much for a really entertaining and very exciting day delivering ideas and inspirations on various levels.

Stefan Jörgens, Director R&D, Albrecht JUNG GmbH & Co.KG

Thanks for this conference with so much value! Well moderated. Topics and speakers well selected! Top!!!

Sonja Bannick, Corporate Development Consultant, Consultinform AG

Very meaningful event for know-how transfer, strategy definition and networking in an intimate, productive and easy-going environment. I received very good inputs for my digital strategy and defined new brilliant starting points. Looking forward to the next event.

Katharina Uribe Casillas, VP Global Business Development Automotive & Industrial, Kuehne + Nagel Management AG

Lars-Erik Lindberg, Innovation Leader, Ericsson Garage Gothenburg

The Relation between Agile Product Development and Innovation from a Complicated vs. Complex Perspective

  • Easily fall into the trap of handling all problems as complicated
  • Miss out on the complex domain if not making sure we keep attention there as well
  • The role of the innovation hub

Saša Kojić, Head of Innovation and Business Development, Danfoss

How to Grow Innovation in Global Markets Simultaneously

  • How to inspire an agile innovation mindset and foster grow innovation culture
  • How to do this in multifunctional, multicultural highly diversified teams and applications
  • Experiences with a grow innovation hackathon across the globe in China, Europe, North America

Katrin Loeffler, Head of Corporate Regulations & Jochen Keller, Head Compliance Group Entities & Corporate Regulations, AUDI AG

Innovation Tools in Governance Projects or How we Used Design Thinking in Policy Management

  • Compliance subjects aren´t famous for an innovative and agile approach instead they´re often titled as pure “law- and- order- topics”.
  • Especially when you talk about Corporate Regulations people are rather bored than excited. But do Compliance and Innovation really exclude each other or are there methods and tools which you can use in order to reach new results?
  • We´d like to share our journey with Design Thinking in a Compliance project, using this skill set to get another mindset – motivation and user centricity.

Joanna Demkow-Bartlomé, Real Estate Product Developer, Implenia AG

Turn Vision into Action: How to Build Better Products with OKRs

  • OKRs Framework explained
  • Adapting OKRs to Product Management
  • Breaking Big vision into actionable steps for upcoming 3 months
  • Team Benefits: Aligned +Efficient +Motivated + Focused
  • Business Benefits: Transparency + Progress + Room for Improvement & Innovation

Lizette Engelen, Community Lead Global Workplace Community & Innovation, Ericsson

Creating an Innovative Work Environment with a Design Thinking Mindset and Analytic Tools

  • Finding a balanced approach towards innovation
  • Using data on one side, and the creative and free steps of design thinking on the other side
  • Innovation in the workplace: creating and experiencing a platform that supports innovation
  • Extra challenges in current hybrid times

Tobias Scheller, Transformation Consultant, Siemens

Leveraging the Power of Emotional Intelligence to Truly Work Agile

  • Having great emotional intelligence as a prerequisite
  • Apply agile working methods with success

João Barreto, Head of Innovation and PMO, Nestlé East and Southern Africa Region

Breaking Innovation Barriers in a Multinational Corporate Environment

  • Breaking business silos to drive team efforts
  • Setting up the organisation for success
  • Promoting a climate for ideation and experimentation

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Justīne Krūmiņa, Innovation Project Manager, Rīga Stradiņš University

Vertically Integrated Projects - Innovation Strategy in Research and Studies

  • VIPs are a new and innovative addition to the learning process
  • Experience in VIPs development at Riga Stradiņš University
  • What students think about VIP

08:30Welcome and Introduction
08:45The Relation between Agile Product Development and Innovation from a Complicated vs. Complex Perspective
  • Easily fall into the trap of handling all problems as complicated
  • Miss out on the complex domain if not making sure we keep attention there as well
  • The role of the innovation hub
    Lars-Erik Lindberg, Innovation Leader, Ericsson Garage Gothenburg
  • 09:15How to Grow Innovation in Global Markets Simultaneously
  • How to inspire an agile innovation mindset and foster grow innovation culture
  • How to do this in multifunctional, multicultural highly diversified teams and applications
  • Experiences with a grow innovation hackathon across the globe in China, Europe, North America
    Saša Kojić, Head of Innovation and Business Development, Danfoss
  • 09:45Breaking Innovation Barriers in a Multinational Corporate Environment
  • Breaking business silos to drive team efforts
  • Setting up the organisation for success
  • Promoting a climate for ideation and experimentation
    João Barreto, Head of Innovation and PMO, Nestlé East and Southern Africa Region
  • 10:15Turn Vision into Action: How to Build Better Products with OKRs
  • OKRs Framework explained
  • Adapting OKRs to Product Management
  • Breaking Big vision into actionable steps for upcoming 3 months
    Team Benefits: Aligned +Efficient +Motivated + Focused
  • Business Benefits: Transparency + Progress + Room for Improvement & Innovation
    Joanna Demkow-Bartlomé, Real Estate Product Developer, Implenia AG
  • 10:45Break
    11:15Creating an Innovative Work Environment with a Design Thinking Mindset and Analytic Tools
  • Finding a balanced approach towards innovation
  • Using data on one side, and the creative and free steps of design thinking on the other side
  • Innovation in the workplace: creating and experiencing a platform that supports innovation
  • Extra challenges in current hybrid times
    Lizette Engelen, Community Lead Global Workplace Community & Innovation, Ericsson
  • 11:45Innovation Tools in Governance Projects or How we Used Design Thinking in Policy Management
  • Compliance subjects aren´t famous for an innovative and agile approach instead they´re often titled as pure “law- and- order- topics”.
  • Especially when you talk about Corporate Regulations people are rather bored than excited. But do Compliance and Innovation really exclude each other or are there methods and tools which you can use in order to reach new results?
  • We´d like to share our journey with Design Thinking in a Compliance project, using this skill set to get another mindset – motivation and user centricity.
    Katrin Loeffler, Head of Corporate Regulations & Jochen Keller, Head Compliance Group Entities & Corporate Regulations, AUDI AG


  • 12:15Lunchbreak
    13:15Leveraging the Power of Emotional Intelligence to Truly Work Agile
  • Having great emotional intelligence as a prerequisite
  • Apply agile working methods with success
    Tobias Scheller, Transformation Consultant, Siemens
  • 13:30Vertically Integrated Projects - Innovation Strategy in Research and Studies
  • VIPs are a new and innovative addition to the learning process
  • Experience in VIPs development at Riga Stradiņš University
  • What students think about VIP
    Justīne Krūmiņa, Innovation Project Manager, Rīga Stradiņš University

  • 14:00Use Case / Strategy Insights / Management Practices

    TBA
    14:30Kaffeepause mit Networking
    15:00Workshop 1

    TBA

    Workshop 2

    TBA

    15:15
    15:30
    16:00Use Case / Strategy Insights / Management Practices

    TBA
    16:30Use Case / Strategy Insights / Management Practices

    TBA
    17:00Use Case / Strategy Insights / Management Practices

    TBA
    17:30Abschlussdiskussion und Wrap-up
    ZeitAktivität
    08:30Welcome and Introduction
    08:45The Relation between Agile Product Development and Innovation from a Complicated vs. Complex Perspective
  • Easily fall into the trap of handling all problems as complicated
  • Miss out on the complex domain if not making sure we keep attention there as well
  • The role of the innovation hub
    Lars-Erik Lindberg, Innovation Leader, Ericsson Garage Gothenburg
  • 09:15How to Grow Innovation in Global Markets Simultaneously
  • How to inspire an agile innovation mindset and foster grow innovation culture
  • How to do this in multifunctional, multicultural highly diversified teams and applications
  • Experiences with a grow innovation hackathon across the globe in China, Europe, North America
    Saša Kojić, Head of Innovation and Business Development, Danfoss
  • 09:45Breaking Innovation Barriers in a Multinational Corporate Environment
  • Breaking business silos to drive team efforts
  • Setting up the organisation for success
  • Promoting a climate for ideation and experimentation
    João Barreto, Head of Innovation and PMO, Nestlé East and Southern Africa Region
  • 10:15Turn Vision into Action: How to Build Better Products with OKRs
  • OKRs Framework explained
  • Adapting OKRs to Product Management
  • Breaking Big vision into actionable steps for upcoming 3 months
    Team Benefits: Aligned +Efficient +Motivated + Focused
  • Business Benefits: Transparency + Progress + Room for Improvement & Innovation
    Joanna Demkow-Bartlomé, Real Estate Product Developer, Implenia AG
  • 10:45Break
    11:15Creating an Innovative Work Environment with a Design Thinking Mindset and Analytic Tools
  • Finding a balanced approach towards innovation
  • Using data on one side, and the creative and free steps of design thinking on the other side
  • Innovation in the workplace: creating and experiencing a platform that supports innovation
  • Extra challenges in current hybrid times
    Lizette Engelen, Community Lead Global Workplace Community & Innovation, Ericsson
  • 11:45Innovation Tools in Governance Projects or How we Used Design Thinking in Policy Management
  • Compliance subjects aren´t famous for an innovative and agile approach instead they´re often titled as pure “law- and- order- topics”.
  • Especially when you talk about Corporate Regulations people are rather bored than excited. But do Compliance and Innovation really exclude each other or are there methods and tools which you can use in order to reach new results?
  • We´d like to share our journey with Design Thinking in a Compliance project, using this skill set to get another mindset – motivation and user centricity.
    Katrin Loeffler, Head of Corporate Regulations & Jochen Keller, Head Compliance Group Entities & Corporate Regulations, AUDI AG


  • 12:15Lunchbreak
    13:15Leveraging the Power of Emotional Intelligence to Truly Work Agile
  • Having great emotional intelligence as a prerequisite
  • Apply agile working methods with success
    Tobias Scheller, Transformation Consultant, Siemens
  • 13:30Vertically Integrated Projects - Innovation Strategy in Research and Studies
  • VIPs are a new and innovative addition to the learning process
  • Experience in VIPs development at Riga Stradiņš University
  • What students think about VIP
    Justīne Krūmiņa, Innovation Project Manager, Rīga Stradiņš University

  • 14:00Use Case / Strategy Insights / Management Practices

    TBA
    14:30Kaffeepause mit Networking
    15:00Workshop 1

    TBA

    Workshop 2

    TBA

    15:15
    15:30
    16:00Use Case / Strategy Insights / Management Practices

    TBA
    16:30Use Case / Strategy Insights / Management Practices

    TBA
    17:00Use Case / Strategy Insights / Management Practices

    TBA
    17:30Abschlussdiskussion und Wrap-up
    ZeitAktivität

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