A panel discussion by the leaders on how Global Centers of Excellence are powerhouses of innovation, and share insights on the various strategies and approaches that Enterprises adopt for setting up CoEs.
Hackathons are not just a 48-hour-long technology talent showcase; it is a premeditated strategy that has the potential to add long-term value to a company.
Corporate mentorship programs are key to innovation; however, mentoring is a two-way street that has at its core an open mindset and mutual trust.
What are the key success factors that improve the odds of corporate – start-up collaboration programs? What is success in this scenario? We outline it here.
There are many GCoE innovation programs. But there exist certain operational challenges that need to be addressed for them to be a success.
There are plenty of GCoE innovation programs. However, there exist certain challenges that are a function of global and local leadership involvement. How to turn them into opportunities?
Problem, Technology, Collaboration – What Businesses Should Take Away From The Thai Cave Rescue Operation
The Thai Cave rescue operation was a true amalgamation of new age technologies, a common goal, and the spirit of collaboration. Here’s what businesses can take away from this truly heroic rescue operation.
Innovation has been a key driver for growth of the 3 nations – USA, India and Israel. In the report, we analyze the unique characteristics demonstrated by these leading economies with respect to innovation and the possible synergies that exist.
About the author: Siddharth Jhawar is a Management Consultant at Zinnov with the Engineering Excellence team.
Continued from Part 1 of the Conversations Wars series which talks about the overall landscape of conversational products and the higher…