Thu 29. October 2020 at 14:00 - 17:00
Milrem Robotics · Betooni 1, Tallinn, Estonia
Dear Innovation Leader
We are delighted to invite you to our second event:
Innovation Culture at Organisations
October 29th, Milrem Robotics (Betooni 1, Tallinn).
During this event, we will get a deeper understanding of what innovation culture means, how to increase its level inside the organisation and what are the benefits that follow when you do so. We will learn how to broaden the innovation mindset and how to create innovation teams as well as lead them in your organisation.
1.45 PM I Gathering and registration
2.00 PM I Opening Words
Innovation Leaders Club/Milrem Robotics
2.05 PM I How to Plan the Future – Patterns and Key Building Blocks of Sustaining Innovation Culture Creation
Mikko-Pekka Hanski, Head of Studio Idean Finland
2.30 PM I Innovation Culture Practice Case Study at SEB Group
Mart Maasik, Intrapreneur in Residence at SEB
2.40 PM I The Milrem Robotics Approach: Turning Technological Innovation into Business Solutions
Kuldar Väärsi, CEO at Milrem Robotics, and Mart Noorma, Science and Development Director at Milrem Robotics
3.15 PM I Coffee and networking
3.45 PM I Fostering Innovation with Decentralized Management
Otto Richard Pukk, CEO at Incap Corporation, and Antti Pynnönen, Group CFO at Incap Oyj
4.20 PM I Panel Discussion: Milrem robotics & Incap Corporation
5.00 PM I Networking
Have a closer look at what the speakers will talk about
Studio Idean Co-Founder and Head of the Studio, Mikko-Pekka Hanski will inspire and encourage large corporations to embrace the change that innovation brings. Mikko-Pekka will introduce practical and interesting innovation case studies. As a great bonus, you will get a sneak peek at Idean’s toolbox which they use for innovation projects.
Milrem Robotics (develops robotic systems for challenging environments). CEO Kuldar Väärsi and Science and Development Director Mart Noorma will discuss the approach Milrem has taken for turning innovation into business solutions. It is based on partnerships with other companies as well as with universities and governments. The basic principles of open architecture, modularity and interoperability enable scattered technologies from different developers to be integrated into capable defence and civilian systems.
Incap CEO Otto-Richard Pukk and CFO Antti Pynnönen will discuss how to foster innovation with decentralized management, why centralized management does not work, what are the benefits and risks of decentralized management and how to mitigate the risks. They will define the role of the leader in decentralized organizations.
This event is mainly meant for corporations and will be held in English.
All members of the Innovation Leaders Club can join the event for free, but previous registration to the event is neccessary!
See you at the Innovation Leaders Club!
Innovation Leaders Club events are financed by the European Regional
Development Fund according to the Startup Estonia program (EU50651)