A practical introduction to the new growth paradigm and how to benefit from contributing to it: Because not everyone is going to Mars.
A 2-day online seminar on how to Create a business the world needs. Learn about the new world order and new definitions of value, growth and organisational focus.
An alternative economy is coming together. It is fuelled by purpose and founded on planetary profits that take us from the extraction economy to the regeneration economy. This is good news for the planet but can be great news for your bottom line too.
Charged with authenticity, the next-generation success companies are on a mission for bettering the planet – and markets flock around their products and services, leaving margins on their side.
Innovation Lab presents an online seminar, built for executives, and limited to 10 persons. The seminar is scheduled for January 20-21 2021 and the fee for participation is 10.000 NOK + VAT.
Day 1, pre-noon module “Beautiful Business”.
Facilitated by Alan Moore.
Switching from extraction economy to regeneration economy can seem impossible but not if you break the journey into steps and base it on an understanding of the new mechanics and steer by the rising stars of the new economy. Understand the principles of the new economy and learn how to act on them. How can you make a beautiful business that the world needs?
Day 1, afternoon module “New Growth”.
Facilitated by Kristine Sirnes.
An economy based on the four pillars of sustainability makes perfect sense even to Blackrock’s 6 trillion$ money pot. But how do we make the sustainability agenda become a driver rather than a drag? Build your personal New Growth map and charter how the new principles for growth can make perfect business sense.
Day 2, pre-noon module “From organisation to organism”.
Facilitated by Mads Thimmer.
Now, let’s get super practical. Most businesses are using 21st cent. digital technology but are guided by 19th century business and organisation principles. Learn the necessary organisational transitions by way of best case examples and get the tools to update people and culture to the new economy.
Day 2, afternoon module “My New Growth Business”.
A creative finale facilitated by Kristine Sirnes, Mads Thimmer and Alan Moore.
Fuelled by insight from two intense days, participants now turn their gaze inwards and apply what they have learned to build an imaginary “dream” company – that the world needs. By means of feedback, iteration and learning loops, the applied knowledge will internalize key elements of the new economy and how to apply them.
Daily sessions from 9.00 to 12.00 and 13.00 to 16.00.
Mads Thimmer founded Innovation Lab in 2001, rebuilt it as an organism in 2013 and is presently its CEO. Mads has worked in all industries to create value from a changing world order by means of new products, new strategies and transformation to new organisational structures. In his spare time, Mads is a guest lecturer and business mentor at Stanford University and a prized international speaker in topics of business trans-formation, strategy and organisational renewal.
Kristine Sirnes has more than 20 years of experience from marketing and brand building with large corporations, scale-ups and start-ups. She holds a masters degree in Leadership and Communication and has recent years played a vital role in developing a new culture within one of the largest Norwegian corporations. A future with infinite technological possibilities is still people-centric. Kristine teaches how purpose-driven businesses and strong brands grow through thriving people.
Alan Moore is an accomplished designer, artist, business innovator. Author of four books, on creativity, design and business transformation. Working directly with companies and organisations Alan mentors, individuals or teams, delivering inspirational leadership programmes, and advising on how business can become more beautiful with the multiple benefits this approach can bring. Working on six continents, Alan has shared his knowledge in the form of board and advisory positions as well as teaching in institutions as wide-ranging as MIT, Sloan School of Management and INSEAD.