The Case for Space: Disrupting the Status Quo with Innovation
Published February 25, 2015
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    The buzz: Space. Changing the culture and shaking up the status quo in organizations is always challenging, but key to survival. How to make it happen? Build a continuous innovation culture by identifying the right people, process, and space. But working in a tiny cubicle with half-walls or a conference room is hardly conducive to brainstorming new ideas. Hint: Your employees, partners and customers need a stimulating environment that inspires them to loosen their (proverbial) ties and think outside the box. Get it now? The experts speak. Jason Yotopoulos, mach49: “If humans can live for 100 years, why do companies die so young?” (Sukant Ratnakar). Greg Petroff, GE Software: “Eventually everything connects–people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality per se.” (Charles Eames). Sam Yen, SAP: “We don't know who discovered water, but we're certain it wasn't a fish.” (John Culkin). Join us for The Case for Space: Disrupting the Status Quo with Innovation.
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