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With David Dabscheck (CEO, GIANT Innovation).
Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 06:30 PM    Cost: $50
Made in NY Media Center, 30 John St, Brooklyn
 
     
 
 
              

        
 
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Join David Dabscheck, CEO of GIANT Innovation, for a 2-hour, highly interactive workshop that will give you the knowledge & skills to understand what is business model innovation & how you can use it to bring new products, services & business models to market.

Together, we'll go through a number of examples to show how market leaders have built strong models & how you can too. We'll learn how to adopt Lean Startup principles to outline, test & refine your business model, including how to design hypothesis-driven lean experiments. With this workshop, you will understand how they can turn a great product into an even greater commercial success through business model innovation.

By the end of this workshop, you will:

Learn what is meant by "business model innovation" & understand why business models are so powerful & difficult to duplicate.

Create a business model of key assumptions that need to be true for your business concept to succeed.

Design a hypothesis-driven lean experiment to test an assumption underneath your business model.

Collaborate & receive feedback from other course participants about their business concepts.

David Dabscheck is the CEO of GIANT Innovation, which transforms the way organizations & people think & act to become world-class innovators. David has helped a wide variety of Fortune 500 companies, global NGOs, & public sector agencies develop & implement sustainable innovation & creativity programs. He is an advisory board member for several Israeli & New York technology companies, a mentor for many leading startup accelerator programs & the founder of the Innovation Leaders Round Table, a New York City based gathering of over 100 executive & senior level innovation practitioners.

David is also a thought-leader on innovation topics & his work has appeared in publications such as Fast Company, the Boston Globe, the Observer, & the Stanford Social Innovation Review. He has served as a Visiting Scholar at Columbia Business School in innovation strategy & an adjunct professor at Columbia University's School of International & Public Affairs. David holds a MBA from Columbia University, a MA from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, & undergraduate degrees from the University of Queensland.
 
 
 
 
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