|The Jean-Baptiste Say Institute is happy to organise this event in collaboration with Lean Startup Experience (http://www.leanstartupxp.com), and with the support of Lean Startup Summit Europe (emea.leanstartup.co).
Established companies and their leadership face a triple challenge in the 21st century. How can they fend off disruption, please public markets and activist investors with cost cutting programs and better margins, and, simultaneously, reinvent their organization for future growth?
In this lecture, Alexander Osterwalder outlines how senior leaders can best position their organizations for this triple challenge. He outlines how to design a corporate structure and culture that is fit to manage a portfolio of existing businesses models, new innovation projects, and future growth engines. Osterwalder illustrates the challenges of innovation in the 21st century and how to overcome them.
He will introduce a new concept that helps companies visualize if they are ready for the future or if they should fear disruption.
|Location:||Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP)
Campus d'ESCP Europe
79, avenue de la République
75543 Paris Cedex 11
M° Rue Saint-Maur
Phone : +33 (0)1 49 23 20 00
Fax : +33 (0)1 43 55 99 63
Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Internet Site : www.escpeurope.eu/fr
|Date:||Wednesday, January 24, 2018|