Innovation Boot Camp October 2017

Innovation Boot Camp October 2017

Description

Ignite your innovation leadership!

Innovation Boot Camp is a fast-paced intensive to strengthen your skillset, mindset, strategy and approach to innovation, as well as understand the critical role you play as an innovation leader, regardless of your role.

It's a unique opportunity to study a proven framework and best practices for break-through innovation inspired by Phil McKinney, visionary CEO and award-winning author/podcaster. Phil, his team and expert guests will coach you through an immersive "learn-by-doing" experience. Our topic area for exploration and innovation will be "Health in the Home" where we examine opportunities in home health care, wellbeing and aging in place. You need not be an expert in health care to participate. Focusing on a topic allows us to build a learning lab of real life situations.

Why Boot Camp?

  • Mindset: Get clear about gaps, myths and challenges that hinder innovation and proven ways to overcome
  • Connection: Join a unique community of innovators, fostering valuable relationships and educational opportunity beyond Boot Camp
  • Wisdom: Learn from innovation mentors, expert guest speakers, investors and trainers who are battle tested in innovation and willing to share what it really takes to innovate
  • Results: Gain new perspectives, tools and strategies you can apply immediately to build creative strength and innovation leadership amid accelerating change & disruption

Who should attend

Current and aspiring innovators committed to generating greater value for their customers and organizations in roles such as executives, technologists, product managers, business developers, marketing professionals, intrapreneurs inside large organizations or entrepreneurs.

What to expect

You are asked to commit your attention to the Boot Camp experience (from 5:00pm Monday 10/23 through noon on Friday 10/27 - see schedule for more details). Make the investment in yourself and know your innovation team will be depending on you to stay fully engaged.

Pricing includes materials, tours, meals & beverages. You will need to provide your own transportation and hotel (special hotel discounts available).

Register Now

General $1997
Cablelabs Members $1347

General RegistrationMember Registration

Only 3 spots available, registration closes soon.

Questions?

Email Michelle Vendelin,
Director – Innovation Services at m.vendelin@cablelabs.com.

Schedule

  • 10/23/17
    5pm - 8:30pm

    KICKOFF
    Hors d’oeuvres, dinner and event kickoff
    Subject Matter Expert Talk – Health in the Home

  • 10/24/17
    8:30am-8:30pm

    OVERVIEW AND FOCUS
    MORNING: KEYNOTE
    Presentation and Discussion: Fire (Focus, Ideate, Rank, Execute) & The Innovation Framework

    AFTERNOON: FOCUS (The “F” In Fire) Class, brief lectures & hands-on exercises

    EVENING: INTO THE WILD in-field activity

  • 10/25/17
    8:30am-8:30pm

    IDEATION & RANKING
    MORNING: IDEATION (THE ”I” IN FIRE) Class Exercises, Presentations and Lecture

    AFTERNOON: RANKING (THE “R” IN FIRE) Class Exercises, Presentations

    EVENING: UpRamp Fiterator Pitch NIght
    Register for FREE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/innovation-pitch-night-tickets-36609577231

  • 10/26/17
    8:30am-8:30pm

    EXECUTION
    MORNING: EXECUTION (THE “E” IN FIRE)


    MORNING/AFTERNOON TOURS and creating class pitches

    AFTERNOON GUEST SPEAKER

    EVENING
    Teams are free to work on the Pitch

  • 10/27/17
    8:30am-12pm

    PITCH & REFLECTION
    CLASS PITCH & REFLECTIONS
    Reflections & Next Steps
    Boot Camp Completion

Featured Speakers

Phil McKinney

President and CEO, Award Winning Podcaster and Author, CableLabs

Phil McKinney

President and CEO, Award Winning Podcaster and Author, CableLabs

Phil McKinney is President and CEO of CableLabs. In this capacity he heads the research and development organization responsible for charting the cable industry’s technology and innovation roadmap.

Prior to joining CableLabs, he was the vice president and chief technology officer of the $40 billion (FY12) Personal Systems Group at HP. He was responsible for long-range strategic planning, research and development (R&D) and product roadmaps for the company’s PC product lines, including mobile devices, notebooks, desktops and workstations. In addition, Phil was founder and leader of HP’s Innovation Program Office (IPO). The IPO was chartered to identify, incubate and launch adjacent and fundamentally new technologies, products and services that would become the future growth engines for HP.

Recently (February 2012), Phil released his first book on innovation and personal creativity titled Beyond The Obvious, published by Hyperion. The book is available in hardcover, digital and audio formats. The book will soon be available in Russian, Chinese, Portuguese (Brazil), Korean and Japanese.

His influence on innovation and creativity includes:

  • Sharing his expertise in innovation and creativity, free of charge (in an approach he refers to as “paying it forward”) through his award winning podcast Killer Innovations™ (available on iTunes). It has been named by CIO Insight as a “must listen” podcast.
  • Vanity Fair named him the “The Innovation Guru”
  • MSNBC and FOX Business both call him “The Gadget Guy”
  • His uncanny ability to predict what’s coming next caused him to be dubbed as the “chief seer” by The San Jose Mercury News.
  • He was named as one of the “25 Most Influential People in Mobile Tech” by LAPTOP Magazine.
  • He is a contributing columnist for Forbes where he writes the column “The Objective” for Forbes.com

Phil serves on the:

  • Advisory Board for Hacking Autism
  • Board of Directors for The Computer History Museum
  • Executive Board of the Santa Clara County Council for the Boy Scouts of America

Scott Brown

VP of ventures & outreach Cablelabs, executive director of UpRamp

Scott Brown

VP of ventures & outreach Cablelabs, executive director of UpRamp

Scott Brown is a long time technologist and entrepreneur with a strong history of building companies from inception to profitability. Currently, Scott leads startup/venture capital relationships for the global cable industry as part of CableLabs. In addition, Scott is the Managing Director of UpRamp, a new type of startup accelerator sponsored by CableLabs that is designed to help emerging technology companies find true product market fit with the cable & broadband industry. Previously, Scott was the CEO/Founder of bounce.io – the bounce intelligence company, CTO/Founder of Kronovia, a Compliance Cloud Service for Social Content and Relationships, and the SVP & General Manager of the messaging division of Bakbone Software. Scott was also the CTO & Co-founder of ColdSpark, a messaging infrastructure company that specialized in high-performance email systems for global financial services companies. Scott holds numerous patents related to email messaging, infrastructure, marketing and compliance technologies. He was named one of the 2010 40 under 40 by the Boulder County Business Review and has been recognized as a leading technology innovator.

Harry Greenspun, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer & Managing Director, Korn Ferry Health Solutions

Harry Greenspun, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer & Managing Director, Korn Ferry Health Solutions

Dr. Harry Greenspun is Chief Medical Officer and Managing Director, Korn Ferry Health Solutions.

He supports clients globally across the spectrum of the healthcare industry, including providers, payers, life sciences, investors, government agencies, retailers, and technology companies.

Recognized as a thought leader in the industry, he is the co-author of “Reengineering Health Care: A Manifesto for Radically Rethinking Health Care Delivery” and has been recognized as one of the “50 Most Influential Physician Executives in Healthcare” by Modern Healthcare.

Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Dr. Greenspun was the managing director of the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions. He previously served as the chief medical officer for Dell Inc. and for Northrop Grumman Corporation.

He has served on advisory boards for the World Economic Forum, Anthem, Georgetown University, and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).

Dr. Greenspun is an advisor and frequent speaker on issues related to healthcare transformation, physician leadership, innovation, and technology adoption.

Dr. Greenspun received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, his medical degree from the University of Maryland, and completed his residency and fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University Hospital in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, serving as chief resident. As a cardiac anesthesiologist, he has practiced in major academic medical centers, as well as community hospitals.

John Weiss

CEO, Human Design

John Weiss

CEO, Human Design

John Weiss has spent his nineteen year career fully immersed in design, spanning multiple agencies and disciplines, with a singular focus on how to create compelling and rich experiences that are rooted in elegant design, innovative technology, and create lasting relationships and shape the future. His work is guided by purpose, passion, simplicity, beauty, innovation and surprise.

After the acquisition of his own design agency in 2008, John went on to build and lead high performing design teams as Director, Experience Design at the worlds second largest privately held PR firm (WE-Communications) and the nations largest independently owned digital agency (SMITH), and as Executive Creative Director at WebMD Health Services. John left his stint at Crispin Porter + Bogusky in 2013 to co-found Human Design, a full service design agency working with clients that include the UN, Discovery, Twitter, Nike, Vulcan Inc, Adidas and several start-ups spanning multiple verticals.

John’s an active investor, advisor, university guest lecturer, and speaker at conferences and events.

Mark Varricchione

President & CEO, The Innovators Network

Mark Varricchione

President & CEO, The Innovators Network

Mark coaches and mentors C-Levels across industries engaging in business growth, technology strategy and innovation. Prior, he was an executive at KPMG where he developed and managed a variety of teams having client delivery, operations, corporate development, strategy and M&A responsibility.  Within KPMG and other entities he has launched Innovation programs for services and products.  He has been a part of the startup community, coaching/advising startups, launching his own efforts and participating in management of small to large startups.  Mark’s diverse industry experience has provided the expertise needed for The Innovators Network to help entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs and companies win in a highly competitive innovation economy.

Dan Smith

Intellectual Property SME / Innovation Coach, CableLabs

Dan Smith

Intellectual Property SME / Innovation Coach, CableLabs

Dan Smith is the Patent Director at CableLabs working on everything from optical and quantum computing, virtual reality, self-organizing networks, data backhaul systems, wireless communications and co-existence, etc. In this role he facilitates brain storming sessions in all technology areas, works with Jud Cary to manage CableLabs’ intellectual property (IP), and drafts and prosecutes CableLabs’ patents. Dan is also the CEO of The Cairn Group, a patent prosecution company which provides a business perspective to IP for start-ups and small companies, and founder of The Spot Bouldering Gym.

Christian Pape

Direction of Innovation / Innovation Coach, CableLabs

Christian Pape

Direction of Innovation / Innovation Coach, CableLabs

Lori Lantz

Talent Development Partner / Innovation Coach, CableLabs

Lori Lantz

Talent Development Partner / Innovation Coach, CableLabs

Lori is a Colorado native with a passion for human development. Lori spent 18 years in the field of Human Resources in the healthcare industry before joining CableLabs as the Talent Development Partner. Holding a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership, she has created meaningful, memorable and motivational Leadership Academies and team building strategies for professional development which help people learn new information and then apply that knowledge into behavior change. When not at work, Lori is passionate about music which includes singing, fostering her 4th and first grader’s love of music and attending Bluegrass music festivals with her husband.

Lisa Warther

Sr. Project Manager / Innovation Coach, CableLabs

Lisa Warther

Sr. Project Manager / Innovation Coach, CableLabs

Lisa Warther has over 20 years’ experience implementing innovation projects and ideas at companies of all sizes, from Start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. She loves taking an idea and figuring out how to make it work in reality. Lisa’s passion, determination, and love of learning merges together as she works to implement her innovation projects. She is a Certified Project Manager and Scrum Master and leverages agile methodologies in implementations.

When Lisa is not busy implementing new ideas, you can find her on some sort of adventure. She enjoys travel, skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and camping. She enjoys going out on photography adventures with her oldest son, Austin (17) or working with her son Evan (15), building his movie studio quality Star Wars Clone Trooper armor.

Venue

Rembrandt Gallery & Event Center
1301 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302

“Great presentations and speakers both CableLabs staff and external. I liked the real life activities and motivational speakers trying to bridge theory and reality. Well prepared course. Great Job.”