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This exclusive webinar delves into the cutting-edge world of corporate innovation and unveils the Kickbox method’s origin within Adobe. This webinar, led by industry expert Mark Randall, former Adobe VP of Creativity, provides a unique opportunity to explore the revolutionary approach to innovation that has transformed the corporate landscape.
During the webinar, Mark Randall shares his invaluable experiences and insights on how the Kickbox method was conceptualized, developed, and successfully implemented at Adobe. As a powerful framework for fostering innovation, Kickbox empowers employees at all levels to explore their creative ideas, test them efficiently, and turn them into tangible projects, driving unprecedented organizational growth.
The webinar also features a special segment focusing on Jeremy Dann‘s influential business case study on corporate innovation. A renowned innovation scholar and author, Jeremy provides a thought-provoking analysis of the Kickbox method’s impact on corporate culture and its implications for companies seeking to thrive in today’s rapidly changing business landscape.
If you’re curious about the future of corporate innovation and want to gain invaluable insights from industry pioneers, this webinar is a must-watch. Don’t miss the opportunity to discover the inner workings of the Kickbox method and how it has revolutionized innovation within Adobe, along with Jeremy Dann’s expert perspective on its significance in the broader context of corporate innovation.
Want to read Jeremy Dann’s compelling business case study?
In it, Prof. Jeremy Dann explores the global impact of “Kickboxing”, the entrepreneurship revolution that began as a modest in-house effort at digital media software giant Adobe. The program, created by technology leader and intrapreneur Mark Randall, drew inspiration from the Lean Startup movement and other approaches to spur grassroots, employee-driven innovation. The program’s success led to the creation of the Kickbox Foundation and new approaches to “open sourcing” its intellectual property.