Large corporation vs. start-up
Available as online lecture
- How to change innovation processes
- Become innovative like a start-up
- Change corporate culture
Futurist David Borst - Keynote This is how we will live and work in the future
Large corporation vs. start-up
Young, hip and full of innovative power - that's how most people imagine a start-up. But a large corporation also has many advantages over a start-up. But how can you combine the positive aspects of a large corporation with a start-up to achieve maximum success? The 5-star speaker and futurologist David Borst is at home in the world of start-ups due to his work as managing director at 2b AHEAD Ventures and knows how to integrate the Silicon Valley spirit into large commercial groups. In his rousing talk, Borst now gives valuable tips on how to combine the best of these two worlds.
How are innovation processes changing in large corporations? CEOs and senior executives have to break through their existing thought patterns and engage with new ideas and processes to do this. Start-ups are constantly questioning and changing their status quo by disrupting long-established structures with the help of technology and business logic. Disruptive thinking also means thinking exponentially and taking new, unknown paths.
It is not always easy for large corporations to be as innovative as a start-up and to change the corporate culture. The Silicon Valley spirit that German start-ups live is difficult to integrate into established companies. For this, upcoming disruptions in health, artificial intelligence and new technologies must be used - this is the only way to successfully establish innovation processes.
In his exciting lecture "Large corporation vs. start-up", futurologist and 5-star speaker David Borst talks about the advantages and disadvantages of start-ups and large corporations. He gives valuable tips on how companies can change their innovation processes and bring a bit of Silicon Valley spirit into their company.
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