It's free video, flashback Friday here at Future Insights! That's right, we're going back to 2013 and Future Insights Live, Vegas, with a session from Jeffrey Burlin.
Jeffrey is part of the core team at PwC's Emerging Technology Lab, where he focuses his time on exploring new web technologies and understanding how they can be applied to solve enterprise-level business problems. He is also a strong advocate of agile and lean-startup principles, and believes they can be just as valuable to large companies as they are to start-ups and entrepreneurs.
In his session The Culture War Myth: Start-ups in the Enterprise, Jeffrey explained:
"The typical Enterprise business is traditional, slow to change, process-centric, and full of bureaucracy, but many companies today are taking lessons from the startup world and applying it to form more agile, innovation focused internal organizations that are attempting to change the way they do business. As a result, the culture gap between the two business models is beginning to narrow and in fact the two cultures can be complementary and greatly enhance the quality and quantity of the output/products of each. This talk will focus on exploring the reality of the perceived culture gap, the factors influencing corporate cultural changes, and discussing some real world examples of companies who are becoming more start-up like."
Jeffrey will be speaking on the Product & Strategy track at this years Future Insights Live (June 1-4) with his session Art of the Possible: How to Inspire Innovation and Make the Case for Change. Early Bird Tickets are ending TODAY, March 27, so make sure you book your ticket and join us!
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