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Innovation: History & Future - Key Note for HTGF Investment Fund
 

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Presentation given for the High Tech Gründerfonds #FD12. ...

Presentation given for the High Tech Gründerfonds #FD12.

Subjects:
- innovation
- learning from history
- partnering & networking
- touching people

Presentation by key note speaker Ramon Vullings, supported by ideaDJ Marc Heleven.

Ramon & Marc are part of the innovation collective: 21 Lobsterstreet.

More info:
- www.RamonVullings.com
- www.ideaDJ.com

And for the movies used, please see:
- www.21Lobsterstreet.com/blog

Enjoy the (slide)show!

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Innovation: History & Future - Key Note for HTGF Investment Fund Innovation: History & Future - Key Note for HTGF Investment Fund Presentation Transcript

  • connecting history & future for innovation Presentation for (High Tech Gründerfonds #FD12) by Ramon Vullings
  • Ramon Vullings Marc Heleven RamonVullings.com 7ideas.netKey note speaker / Master of Interaction Ramon Vullings is supported by ideaDJ Marc Heleven. Ramon & Marc are part of the innovation collective: 21 Lobsterstreet - www.21lobsterstreet.com
  • ideaDJThe ideaDJ mixes custom real-time inspiration for eventsWhat is ideaDJ?The ideaDJ supports events, keynotes andpanel discussions visually, using surprisingmovies, spot on images and subtile orenergic sounds!How does it work?By using a secondary projection screen,the audience will experience real-time &spot-on images and movies which support mixing ideas, concepts & more!the content and flow of the event.Goal?Enriching the experience and getting more out of the audience’s attention.Enjoy the (slide)show! ideaDJ.com
  • Perception! www.21Lobsterstreet.com
  • 87,5% of statistics are lies
  • Reality oftechnology
  • FUTURE
  • Dieter Rams Jonathan Ive Apple
  • iPadApple Surface Microsoft
  • Enough history, let’s look at...
  • Collaboration & Virtual teaming...1
  • Toegepaste creativiteit:3 vormen van innovatie
  • products & services process culture (how we innovate) www.21Lobsterstreet.com
  • 1, 2, 3... 4! www.21Lobsterstreet.com
  • Internal Process  /Opera/onal   Culture  /  Management   Innova/on Innova/onCon/nuous Discon/nuous Product  &  Service   Business  Model   Innova/on Innova/on ExternalSource:  Marc  Sniukas
  • The End of Publishing?
  • Blue oceans
  • “Market boundaries are notgiven they are reconstructedby the actions & beliefs ofindustry players”
  • OK, we’re out... now what?
  • “The difficulty lies not in the new ideas...…but in escaping from the old ones.” John  Maynard  Keynes
  • relevante relevant ideas ideeën ideas Next practices Best practices tijd time Zotheid! (‘crazyness’)
  • Look out for the idea killers www.ideakillers.net
  • “We need to go fromHigh Tech to High Touch” - Philip Kotler -
  • Connecting content & flow This presentation is based on themanagement book ‘Creativity Today’ by Igor Byttebier & Ramon Vullings for innovative strategy development. The movies used during this presentation can be found at: www.21Lobsterstreet.com/blogFor more inspiration and materials please see: www.21Lobsterstreet.com & www.CreativityToday.net
  • Ramon Vullings ideaDJinnovation - keynote supportconsulting - enhance audience experience master of - custom real-time inspiration for events- leadership & strategy advice- business model Innovation interaction- making ideas happen boost your event - keynote speaking - linking content with activity innovate - engage large audiences move people RamonVullings.com