What's not talked about often enough is Thomas Edison's focus on collaboration among diverse business, technical and entrepreneurial partners. From his invention factory in West Orange, NJ to a broad network of collaborators in industry, Edison understood like few others the power of collaboration.
So, I'm excited and honored to be presenting a webinar with The Edison Awards on the core concepts of Collective Disruption (from my new book of the same name).
Collective Disruption provides a road map and framework for co-creating new businesses. We'll cover key concepts including:
- Build and leverage an innovation network as a pipeline for new sources of growth.
- Bring entrepreneurial and lean methods into the corporate context with a balanced approach that works.
- Discover, define, incubate, and integrate new sources of growth with a new mindset of co-creation.
- Apply new incubation models that others are using successfully, including leveraging accelerators and ‘on-demand’ entrepreneurs.
Here is a link for registration for this complimentary webinar Tuesday November 3 (1pm ET): Here
I hope that you'll join us!
And look for a follow-up post on the Collective Disruption Award category that are part of the Edison Awards this year. You can nominate yourself or others for collaborative approaches to transformative innovation here. We'll post additional blog posts to explain this exciting new award category within the coming days.
About The Edison Awards: The Edison Awards honors innovation in products, services, marketing, human-centered design and many other areas. The winners symbolize the legacy of persistence and excellence in innovation personified by Thomas Edison.