Live Lounge Podcast Series

Corporate Innovation and Intrepreneurship – The Future of Disruption

July 31, 2019 Season 2 Episode 2
Live Lounge Podcast Series
Corporate Innovation and Intrepreneurship – The Future of Disruption
Chapters
00:01:05
The role of the entrepreneur and start-ups within Intel (Kapil)
00:03:02
The process of internal start-ups (Kapil)
00:04:23
How does internal culture prevent innovation from happening? (Kapil)
00:06:31
As a third-party, how do you manage the institutional systems? (Brian)
00:08:24
Creating environment conditions where people feel ownership? (Luuk)
00:09:38
How does it work in Microsoft for Start-Ups? (Summer)
00:11:57
The next phase of transformation at Shiseido and its start-ups culture (Carol)
00:15:38
What the appetite for failure in big corporations like Shiseido? (Jill/Carol)
00:17:06
How we manage this at Intel (Kapil)
00:19:56
Innovation as a service. It’s not about KPIs (Summer)
00:20:46
We don’t have the luxury of no KPIs (Carol)
00:22:20
How did the partnership work with the third-party? (Kapil)
00:24:10
Entrepreneurs working inside the business (Luuk)
00:25:45
The difference between working with multi-national and Chinese private or State-Owned business in China (Luuk)
00:28:25
Social innovation and innovation for impact (Brian)
00:32:20
Sustainability as a business asset and China’s progress (Luuk)
00:34:04
Microsoft for startups looking at how AI can help society (Summer)
00:34:27
Shiseido and the ‘for good’ movement (Carol)
00:35:28
What are the first steps in kick-starting the innovation process? (All)
00:40:20
Audience question: Is intrepreneurship really taking the same risk as entrepreneurship? (Brian)
00:41:30
Audience question: How is China doing ‘innovation’ differently from other markets? (Kapil/Luuk)
00:44:02
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Live Lounge Podcast Series
Corporate Innovation and Intrepreneurship – The Future of Disruption
Jul 31, 2019 Season 2 Episode 2
Marketing Focus Group Chair: Kirsten Johnston
Learn about how enterprise level companies are leveraging Venture Capital firms to source start-ups; to manage and incubate products, supply chain and operational innovations
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This is our second episode of Season Two in the Live Lounge Podcast Series, where we discuss Corporate Innovation and Intrepreneurship – The Future of Disruption. Learn about how enterprise level companies are leveraging Venture Capital firms to source start-ups; to manage and incubate products, supply chain and operational innovations.

Mediator: Jill Smith, Managing Director in China of Iris Worldwide

Panel:
Carol Zhou, Head of Shiseido China Business Innovation & Representative Office
Brian Tam, Creativity Consultant, Let’s Make Great!
Summer Xia, Marketing Manager at Microsoft for Startups China
Luuk Eliens, Head of Innovation at XNode Corporate Start-up Innovation Accelerator
Kapil Kane, Director of Innovation at Intel and Co-Founder of Ideas2Reality

The role of the entrepreneur and start-ups within Intel (Kapil)
The process of internal start-ups (Kapil)
How does internal culture prevent innovation from happening? (Kapil)
As a third-party, how do you manage the institutional systems? (Brian)
Creating environment conditions where people feel ownership? (Luuk)
How does it work in Microsoft for Start-Ups? (Summer)
The next phase of transformation at Shiseido and its start-ups culture (Carol)
What the appetite for failure in big corporations like Shiseido? (Jill/Carol)
How we manage this at Intel (Kapil)
Innovation as a service. It’s not about KPIs (Summer)
We don’t have the luxury of no KPIs (Carol)
How did the partnership work with the third-party? (Kapil)
Entrepreneurs working inside the business (Luuk)
The difference between working with multi-national and Chinese private or State-Owned business in China (Luuk)
Social innovation and innovation for impact (Brian)
Sustainability as a business asset and China’s progress (Luuk)
Microsoft for startups looking at how AI can help society (Summer)
Shiseido and the ‘for good’ movement (Carol)
What are the first steps in kick-starting the innovation process? (All)
Audience question: Is intrepreneurship really taking the same risk as entrepreneurship? (Brian)
Audience question: How is China doing ‘innovation’ differently from other markets? (Kapil/Luuk)
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