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Brightidea BOF AMERICAS 2012

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  2. 2. Americas RegionJune 6 & 7, 2012
  3. 3. Contents•Location Maps•Pre-Event •Details•Innovation Event •Agenda •Speakers •Breakout Sessions•Happy Hour •Details •Map•Recommended Hotels•BOF Community Site
  4. 4. BOF Charter “The BOF is not a sales event. It is a decidedly peer-to-peer conversation.Often those with the quietest voices will be saying the most interesting things. We would do well to listen. All of us here in one wayor another are tinkering with some fundamental forces of nature; Individual human creativity and a society’s need and resistance to change…In a sense we are attempting to he “hackers” of the otherwise natural phenomenon of human invention. Much like primitive man once struggled to harness forces beyond his control like: raging rivers, electricity, and flame to the benefit of all that would come after him. It is in this spirit that we come together. In an environment where the perspectives of anyone who shares these core values are welcome.We gather as intellectually curious observers. Guided by the framework of science and experimentation; but not to the exclusion of hunches, impressions and intuition. For much of the science in this field has yet to be written. Our focus is not self-interest, personal or corporate agendas, but explicitly “progress in the field of innovation”. In understanding it’s underlying structure, patterns and idiosyncrasies.While we will stay informed on the latest developments in academia, we approach the subject as practitioners in applying this new knowledge to real world situations.” Matt Greeley, Founder and CEO,
  5. 5. Birds of a Feather Attendees
  6. 6. Sponsor
  7. 7. Directions Motorola Solutions1303 East Algonquin Road Schaumburg, Illinois 60196
  8. 8. Motorola Customer Briefing Center – Campus DirectionsEnter at Visitor Entrance A on West Drive - Building 1297, Door 65
  9. 9. Innovation Center & Networking June 6, 2012 5:00pm – 8:00pm
  10. 10. Innovation Center & Networking Kick off BOF with a group networking event at the Motorola Solutions Innovation Center.Enjoy an exclusive tour of the center, and some good eats and drinks while interacting with fellow attendees.
  11. 11. Innovation Event June 7, 20129:00am – 5:30pm
  12. 12. Tentative Agenda – Morning9:00 – 9:30 Attendee Registration9:30 – 9:45 Welcome and Introductions Motorola & BOF Charter9:45 – 10:30 Motorola Presentation “Innovation Framework”10:30 – 10:50 Break10:50 – 11:35 Chevron Presentation11:35 – 12:00 Group Photo Taking12:00 – 1:00 Lunch - Informal Discussions Everyone
  13. 13. Tentative Agenda – Afternoon1:00 – 1:15 Jason Silva1:15 – 1:45 Jeffery Philips Author of Relentless Innovation1:45 – 2:10 Break2:10 – 3:10 Breakout sessions 13:10 – 3:30 Break3:30 – 4:30 Breakout sessions 24:30 – 4:50 Break4:50 – 5:15 Global Trends in Innovation Management5:30 Happy Hour
  14. 14. Speakers
  15. 15. SpeakersHeidi HattendorfDirector, Innovation Development Heidi Hattendorf is the Director of Innovation Development at Motorola Solutions in the Emerging Business Office, part of the Chief Technology Office. She brings over 20 years experience in Telecoms from Public Safety and two-way radio to consumer mobile phones and network solutions on 3G/4G. Heidi led several new business areas and managed from customer requirements to product development through to promotion including full P&L management. She has an undergraduate degree in Business and an MBA in Global Marketing Management. She has extensive global experience having lived and worked overseas in both Madrid, Spain and London, UK where she held Global portfolio management roles. She spent the last 11 years overseas and repatriated to the US a year ago to focus on driving Innovation. She is fluent in English and Spanish. Heidi is now taking her broad ranging communications expertise, multiple vertical market and extensive customer facing experience plus global presence having lived and worked in 3 countries plus roles spanning over 40 countries towards driving Innovation. She heads up an Innovation team focused on identifying, creating opportunities and investments in adjacent markets and technologies to drive growth. Heidi is also responsible globally for the Innovation framework which harnesses and drives ideas from within the teams to create new solutions for the market. She is currently based in the Chicago area working at the Motorola Solutions Global headquarters.
  16. 16. SpeakersMichele EggerInnovation Capability Operations Michele has been described by her peers as someone who successfully leverages a blend of skills including empathy, enthusiasm, positivity, creativity and “business street-wise common sense.” She believes this stems from growing up a tomboy in the Midwest (actually a suburb ~30 minutes from here called Burbank). She worked in a factory to pay for her education and obtained her Bachelors in Sociology with an emphasis on Criminal Justice and Psychology. Twenty plus years ago, after a stint in Juvenile Probation as a Deputy Probation Counselor, Michele began her Chevron journey as a shift technician in the Fuels Lab. She moved up and spent 6 years with the Oronite Additives Division where an aptitude for documentation and training began to emerge. She transitioned to Corporate HR Global Workforce Development Group that included application of leading-edge technologies to accelerate and nurture learning and development. Her creative approach led to an Innovation mentorship opportunity and a position in Downstream Marketing to promote and foster a Climate of Ingenuity. She continues to hone her innovation skills in ITC where she manages all aspects of an Innovation Service Program including the operations of a very successful collaboration facility – the Innovation Zone. Michele is inspired by the innocence and creativity of kids, her favorite quote is by Suzuki: "In the eyes of a beginner all things are possible, in the eyes of an expert only a few." She challenges you to see the possibilities and then have the courage to do something about it!
  17. 17. SpeakersJeffery PhillipsAuthor of Relentless Innovation Jeffery is a lead innovation consultant for OVO, and has been working in the innovation space for close to ten years. He is particularly interested in helping large organizations create a repeatable innovation capability - what we call an innovation discipline. He has helped organizations identify trends and build trend spotting and competitive intelligence systems, synthesize trends and determine what the trends may mean for future business by building scenarios. He has lead face to face and distributed brainstorms following some of the best practices weve aggregated over the years, many from the Creative Problem Solving institute. He has helped define innovation processes and teams and worked with firms to change their corporate cultures to embrace innovation and include an innovation component in evaluation and compensation. Further, as open innovation has become more and more important, He has helped firms create strategies for working with partners and customers to speed innovation. Prior to working as an innovation consultant, Jeffery has led sales and marketing efforts for several consulting and high tech software firms. He has an MBA in marketing from the University of Texas and a BS in Engineering from the University of Virginia. He writes an ongoing newsletter on innovation topics for OVO and also writes two blogs - Innovate on Purpose about innovation and Thinking Faster, which is about managing in the modern workforce.
  18. 18. Breakout Sessions 1 Track Beginner Advanced Executive All Advanced Role of “Innovation Getting Functionality Topic Started & Use-Cases Soup” Configuration in EIM Tips for starting Highlight Advanced users get a new program. effective admin together for discussing Learn how to options. Latest Importance of processes and tools that have and have notDescription build your enhancements. Use cases in worked. crowd. Score carding EIM When to use which features. Angie Winegar Brian Brown & Andre St-martin – - FCSA, Director James Pasmantier Emerson, Lead Strategy & – Matt Greeley –Facilitator Brightidea, Innovati Brightidea, CEO Innovation Innovation on Analyst & VP of Strategist PS
  19. 19. Breakout Sessions 2 Track Beginner Advanced Executive Deep Dive All Getting Role of America Topic Started Roadmap Use-Cases Invents Act in EIM Workshop Roundtable discussion Tips for starting on the change from a a new program. A look at what ‘first to invent’ to ‘first Learn how to Importance of to file’ model forDescription is coming on patents in the US. build your Use cases in Brightidea’s Discuss how the new crowd. EIM law will affect large roadmap. companies sourcing and management of potential inventions. Angie Winegar - FCSA, Director Jason Hardy- Maria Thompson – Strategy & Smith – Matt Greeley – Motorola, DirectorFacilitator Brightidea, VP Brightidea, CEO Innovation Innovation Strategy Product
  20. 20. Breakout FacilitatorsAngie WinegarDirector of Strategy & innovationAngie Winegar is Director of Strategy & Innovation at Farm Credit Services of America in Omaha, Nebraska. Angie is leading the efforts to embed innovation into thecompany’s culture and build the capacity to bring innovative processes, products and services to the company’s diverse group of customers. Angie has been with Farm Credit Services of America for 12 years working in theagriculture financial industry with an array of experience in areas of customer support, sales, credit, strategic planning, innovation and leadership. She draws on these experiences to provide leadership specific to customer research ensuring the customers viewpoint is firmly at the center of development and deployment, particularly for technology-based products and services.André St-MartinLead Innovation StrategistAndré St-Martin is Lead Innovation Strategist at Emerson (NYSE: EMR).Throughout his career, opportunities allowed him to learn and experiment in many areas while working with many cultures. In over 20 years in the industry, he held different responsibilities in design, new product introduction and management (configuration, systems engineering, project). In 2008, he implemented the first ideation tool at Emerson. He applies a learn-to- learn approach to bite everyday into new challenges and to have fun. He currently enjoys facilitating innovation management where he seeks and adapts best-in-class practices, develops new processes, and manages the tools to fuel the innovation initiatives. André earned a BS EE and is currently located in Montreal.
  21. 21. Breakout Facilitators Maria Thompson Director Innovation Strategy Maria designs and facilitates Directed Innovation workshops in alignment with Intellectual Property Strategy to generate breakthrough ideas and business growth. In addition, she benchmarks best practice Intellectual Asset Management processes, systems and tools and accelerate the adoption of these by working closely with our global network of Innovation Champions and our lead technologists to increase organizational Innovation Capability Maturity and garner high-value Intellectual Property Rights. Matt Greeley CEO Matthew Greeley is Founder and CEO of Brightidea, the global leader in On-Demand Innovation Pipeline Management (IPM) software.Prior to founding Brightidea, Matthew consulted for, helping them to raise capital at a $100 million valuation from investors including: Polaris Ventures, Goldman Sachs, and CBS Corporation. Before joining, Matthew co-founded Silicon Valley enterprise software provider Alyanza Software, which was acquired by Niku eight months after founding, yielding triple digit returns to early investors. Matthew began his career at FMK Advisors, an east coast hedge fund, where he focused on marketing and fund raising.He holds a degree in Computer Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology and studied Creativity and Marketing at Stanford University.
  22. 22. Breakout Facilitators Jason Hardy-Smith Vice President of Product Management Jason Hardy-Smith is Vice President of Product Management for Brightidea. An expert in the development lifecycle of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) enterprise software, Jason brings over 15 years of expertise and vision to our product team. Jason spent over ten years at Oracle developing and bringing key global applications to market, including the Oracle Project Management and Oracle SFA suites. Prior to joining Brightidea, he led design and product management for several successful first-to-market SaaS products, including BLUEROADS Channel Focused Lead Referral Management. A leader, visionary, and technology expert, Jason drives user experience, product roadmap, and productmarketing of the Brightidea suite. Jason holds an honors degree in electronic engineering from the University of Glasgow, Scotland. James Pasmantier Vice President of Professional Services James Pasmantier is currently the Vice President of Professional Services at Brightidea. As an innovation management expert with over 12 years of experience, James oversees a team of highly-trained innovation analysts that deal regularly with enterprise innovation management implementation and on-going support for clients globally in the Financial, Pharmaceutical, and High Tech industries. Prior to joining Brightidea in 2006, he founded a software business focused on the Pharmaceutical industry and was a consultant with Accenture and KPMG. James received a Masters of Business Administration from Columbia Business School and a Bachelor of Arts from Johns Hopkins University.
  23. 23. Breakout Facilitators Brian Brown Innovation AnalystBrian Brown is an Innovation Analyst in the Professional Services department at Brightidea. Brian is responsible for helping Brightidea clients implement enterprise innovation management systems and provides on-going consulting and support for clients globally.Prior to joining Brightidea in 2010, Brian owned and operated a successful IT consulting company in Los Angeles, California. Brian holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Information Technology from the University of San Diego.
  24. 24. Happy HourJune 7, 2012 5:30pm
  25. 25. Happy HourDirectly following the conclusion of BOF, join us for cocktails. 1385 N. Meacham Rd. Schaumburg, IL 60173 847.969.9500
  26. 26. Directions to Westwood Tavern from Motorola
  27. 27. Additional Information
  28. 28. Where to StayMarriott Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention CenterAddress: 1551 Thoreau Drive, Schaumburg, IL 60173Tel: 847-303-41001.3 miles to Motorola Solutions CampusShuttle: YesEmbassy Suites Hotel - SchaumburgAddress: 1939 North Meacham Road, Schaumburg, IL 60173Tel: 847-397-1313 Fax: 847-397-90072.2 miles to Motorola Solutions CampusShuttle: YesHyatt Place Chicago/SchaumburgAddress: 1851 McConnor Pkwy, Schaumburg, IL 60173Tel: 847-330-10602.2 miles to Motorola Solutions CampusShuttle: YesHyatt Summerfield Suites Chicago/ SchaumburgAddress: 1251 E. American Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60173Tel: 847-706-90072.3 miles to Motorola Solutions CampusShuttle: Yes
  29. 29. Birds of a Feather Community Register for the Birds of a Feather Community at you can keep up-to-dateon the event and connect withother innovation practitioners around the world.
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