5 O'clock Theme: Big ideas and visions
|Where?||Hall A2, Stand 250|
|When?|| September 11, 2017: Kishor Sridhar
September 12, 2017: Sven Gábor Jánszky
September 13, 2017: Sahar Hashemi
Always starts at 17:00
This lecture series is a special highlight! Over the course of three days, it features visionary lectures on future scenarios from Germany's most innovative minds. It is also a source of momentum for the successful development of new markets and business ideas.
"One Step Ahead: Success lies in the implementation"
Kishor Sridhar, bestselling author, Management Consultant and Managing Director, Verum Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH
Many new products and innovative processes fail because they are not implemented correctly. Kishor Sridhar shares his ideas on how to realize new processes: He uncovers the most important hidden stumbling blocks and how to overcome them with ease. As entertaining as he is engaging, he will reveal surprising methods and exciting shortcuts from behavioral psychology that companies can use to make new products and concepts succeed quickly and effectively.
- The most frequent hidden obstacles that prevent the successful implementation of new ideas and concepts.
- Why foolishness is not an obstacle, but an opportunity.
- The various objectives that companies have and how to reconcile them all.
- Surprising tricks from behavioral psychology for surprising and faster implementation.
"Rule Breaker – How people think whose ideas change the world"
Sven Gábor Jánszky, Direktor 2b AHEAD ThinkTank
Rule breakers move away from conventional ways of thinking and confuse established markets using unconventional ideas and approaches. Radical innovations and changes to classic markets are the result. But how can companies use rule breakers for themselves? How can unconquered markets be tapped? How can companies stay on the cutting edge?
“You have it in you, you just need to switch it on! Inspiration for more creativity and innovation”
Sahar Hashemi, founder of Coffee Republic and bestseller author
Take 100 % of yourself to Work
There is a direct correlation between how much you enjoy your work and how well you do it. Being yourself and expressing your individuality is the greatest asset you can bring to work.
Make sure you’re not too busy for creativity
Instilling the energy of an entrepreneurial mindset is the best way to hone creativity and innovation in a corporate environment.
We all have creativity and the capacity to innovate within us
Creativity is a skill we all innately have – it's in our DNA. The only difference is some of us learn and practice creative habits and others don’t.
With these focus points Sahar Hashemi is developing an innovation setup and entrepreneurship in even big organizations at every level. By telling us her story, she will work out key habits that motivate for following new or other pathways in developing business.