February 24-25, 2016
Civic Hall, 156 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
Enterprise Summit General Session
February 25, 2016
The Lean Startup Enterprise Summit General Session will feature breakfast, morning keynotes followed by lunch; then afternoon options that include interactive roundtable discussions or offsite visits to NYC-based startups.
Doors Open / Registration, Breakfast & Networking8:30 AM – 9:15 AM
Morning Plenary Session9:15 AM – 12:45 PM
Welcome Remarks 9:15 AM – 9:30 AM
Empowering Employees to Act Like Entrepreneurs 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM
VIV GOLDSTEIN, Global Director Innovation Acceleration, GE
Viv Goldstein, co-founder architect of the groundbreaking FastWorks program at GE, opens the Enterprise Summit with a dynamic talk on why bringing Silicon Valley thinking to GE kickstarted a revolution. She’ll share experiences from working with employees around the world to bring better customer outcomes faster, help employees think and act in a new way, and drive new leadership behaviors across the company. improve team communication, helping them to increase accountability and understand customers better to develop and deliver the right products.
The Innovation Engine: A Framework for Overcoming Cultural and Organizational Impediments to Innovation at Scale 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM
ANDREW BREEN, VP Product Delivery, American Express
Large, established organizations fear disruption from big tech and startups. In trying to thwart that they have resorted to several approaches to innovation to scale such as labs, acquisitions and spin-outs. Most have not succeed often due to the impediments that corporate culture and organizational design bring. The Innovation Engine is a framework developed by Andrew Breen which addresses these issues. Andrew has built this not only from his experience building eight tech startups but also in his current role building a Lean startup at American Express.
Lean Media: Running Lean Programs For Multiple Media Brands 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
KIMBERLY HICKS, VP Product Management – User Platform, Viacom
Media brands transitioned to digital at differing rates, each brand with a different need. As a result, technology was siloed, costs were duplicated and a unified methodology was non-existent.Simultaneously, consumers became accustomed to anytime anywhere digital access. In response, media technology had to be agile and responsive. These are some of the issues that Kimberly Hicks faced as the VP of Product Management at Viacom. She joins us at the Enterprise Summit to talk about how she motivated her team to think like a technology company and apply Lean Startup practices to innovate and solve some of their biggest challenges.
Break 11:00 AM – 11:15 AM
Lean Innovation at UnitedHealth Group 11:15 AM – 11:45 AM
KUNJORN CHAMBUNDABONGSE (“KC”), VP Innovation and R&D, Optum
Learn how a group of corporate innovation leaders, change agents, and intrapreneurs implemented a Lean innovation incubator inside a Fortune 14 organization. Hear the story of The Garage, challenges to innovation in the enterprise, and lessons we have learned along the way.
Just One Account: How Lean Startup Principles Have Driven an Enterprise Marketing Transformation 11:45 AM – 12:15 PM
RISHI DAVE, Chief Marketing Officer, Dun & Bradstreet
Dun & Bradstreet, a nearly 175-year-old company with offices around the world, might not seem like a startup in the traditional sense. But as the company has implemented an aggressive growth strategy, its marketing organization has embraced Lean Startup methodologies to focus its efforts on only the most valuable customer relationships. Dun & Bradstreet CMO Rishi Dave shares the company’s experience and what organizations large and small can learn from the successes they’ve had in thinking Lean to drive pipeline and revenue.
Agile Multilaterals? Pushing Innovation in an International Organization for Social Good 12:15 PM – 12:45 PM
BENJAMIN KUMPF, Policy Specialist for Innovation at UNDP
Last September, the international community agreed on an ambitious global agenda, the Sustainable Development Goals. The United Nations development system is now challenged with an enormous task and there is broad consensus that innovation is necessary to meet these global goals. But what does innovation mean in the context of this global agenda? How do UN organizations that are predicated upon rather inflexible multi-year planning instruments and risk aversion embed innovation in their businesses processes and culture?
Lunch Break12:45 PM – 1:30 PM
Lunch will be served onsite at Civic Hall
Interactive Discussions at Civic Hall (Track A) 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Interactive Discussions run concurrently with the Startup Tours; attendees can choose one or the other. Learn directly from the expert source of your choice. Join a deep-dive roundtable discussion designed for audience participation.
How to Design an Experiment 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Frank Rimalovski, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurial Institute at NYU leads a discussion on How to Design an Experiment (MVP). With Ryan Jacoby (founder, MACHINE) and Giff Constable (founder, Neo).
Break 2:30 PM – 2:45 PM
Driving UX, Design, & Development collaboratively through the Enterprise 2:45 PM – 3:45 PM
Amee Mungo, Digital Transformation at Capital One, leads a discussion on the Collaboration between UX, Design, and Development in Enterprise Organizations. With John Whalen (Founder, Brilliant Experience), Scott Childs (Experience Design Lead, Capital One).
Break 3:45 PM – 4:00 PM
View from the Trenches: Lessons Learned in the Enterprise 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Ken Durand, Head of Innovation at the Atlanta Ideas Factory (Ericsson) talks about hitting the ground running with a Lean Startup program only to find that the results were (shall we say) mediocre. In this honest talk, he’ll discuss what it took to get the necessary (continued) support, why it was imperative for the team to do an honest self-assessment of what was going right, and more importantly, what was going wrong. He’ll lead a participatory discussion with the audience on how to hire and lead for innovation.
Offsite Startup Tours (Track B)1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Startup Tours run concurrently with the Interactive Discussions; attendees can choose one or the other. Join fellow attendees on an immersive tour of some of the most innovative companies in New York. Startup Tours offer a limited number of attendees the chance to go behind-the-scenes at the companies that are driving trends, impacting both business and society, meet the founders and get a quick immersion in their culture.
Startup Tour Departure 1:30 PM
Buses will pick up tour groups outside Civic Hall. Guests may take boxed lunches on the buses.
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