Theme: Related Fields
Style: Mainly Lecture
Session on 13 May 2021 10:15 cest - View on timetable
As W. Edwards Deming said ‘It’s not necessary to change – your survival is not mandatory’. What do we prefer then? To keep doing what we have always done and play catch up with our future, facing it from a step behind. Or thinking about innovation, moving away from facing our future, to shaping it? How to do that then? How to truly create culture of innovation within organisations where all innovation can happen, from human to technological?
In this session we explore a framework to assist the emergence of innovation culture within organisations and explore:
This information will prove useful (and not just as the world looks deeper on how to rethink our economies, business model, and relationship to work) but in how we are all going to help shaping the future of work, as much as the future of education, our societies and our culture.
Florence Dambricourt is an ex-offshore scientist, ex-flutist in an orchestra, and ex-socio-psychologist researcher. Currently working hard at changing the world, helping the emergence of mindset and culture where humans (yes, us) are more than a number or resources. With two books published on self-leadership, ‘Swim Like a Fish’ and ‘Speak Like a Fish’, and one on communication ;Building Bridges’, Florence truly believes in people and their innate capability to change. She champions the development of positive working environment and strong teams actually creating value. And she champions the development of self-leadership, a ‘must-have’ skill of the 21st century when you want to feel strong, manage complexity, innovate, leverage from digital opportunities, inspire people, and much more.