Speaking, Workshops, and Advisory
What We Do
We help innovation leaders in the business of technology develop the skills to design processes that will accelerate revenue growth. We enable them to create processes that will improve their ability to make strategic decisions about product launches and improve product/market fit. Improving innovation strategy will improve the success rate of launches and bring projects in on time and on budget.
We act as an advisor and sounding board on strategic decisions relating to product innovation. We also give speeches and conduct workshops that will improve revenue growth, reduce costs and accelerate the speed of innovation. Speaking and workshop topics include:
- Innovation Opportunity Identification
- Market selection and segmentation
- Increasing Competitive Differentiation
- Improving Product/Market Fit
- Enhancing Marketing Efficiency
Results You Can Expect
This work will enable you to identify new innovation opportunities, assess product potential, develop repeatable processes for sustained success, and accelerate growth. You will develop an understanding of a new framework for innovation, Unicorn Math, that has propelled the success of numerous innovative firms.
Find Out More
If you’re interested in discussing this please send me a message or email me at email@example.com
Bringing Big Ideas to Life
This talk was done in 2019 for Rotman Magazine and is a good summary of Triggers and Barriers.
The Innovation Sweet Spot
While I was developing the concept of Triggers and Barriers, I gave this talk about what I called the Innovation Sweet Spot. It takes a consumer perspective on innovation and helps technology innovators appreciate a different perspective.
Building and Managing a Team
This talk was designed for prospective and early stage technology entrepreneurs who are looking at leadership for the first time. It helps them understand how to do a better job at implementing strategy. To do this, I go through how to use metrics effectively in a manner that is similar to the way Google uses OKRs to manage their activities.