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Transformative Innovation


  • Creativity
  • Economics and Finance

With Scott Edington, Atul Dighe, Richard Palmer, Matthew Taylor, Kevin Yapp

As innovation becomes an ever more pressing imperative, how can businesses re-establish the internal relationships and cross-team trust necessary to fuel collaboration, and improve idea generation and quality?

The RSA and CEB convene a senior business panel to address these critical challenges, and to explore new ways of accelerating innovation – and growth - globally.

Panel: Atul Dighe, senior director, Corporate Executive Board; Richard Palmer, innovation consultant, o2 Entrepreneur of the Year 2007 and inventor of d30, a bullet-proof putty used by everyone from Puma to the British Ministry of Defence; Kevin Yapp, chief strategy & marketing officer, Premier Farnell; Scott Edington, head of research and development, Visa.

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