Okoni innovation agency: there is no transformation without creation

Okoni introduces the ‘Consultant-Maker’, connecting vision with execution!

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The missing step for start-ups who want to scale-up

Though the Product/Market fit is the step that precedes scaling in B2C markets, it seems an additional step is necessary in B2B markets claims David Skok: B2B founders don’t reach consistent results when turning up on sales & marketing, and a lot of cash is burn.

Intrapreneurship at Pernod-Ricard: test and learn in action

Astrid Froment created Kangaroo Fund, an open innovation Fund for the 18,000 Pernod Ricard Employees, and an intrapreneurship program adopting experimentation & lean Start Up. In 2 seasons, it generated more than 250 ideas, 20 finalists, and 10 ideas incubated… She shares with us this exciting story.

Innovation Labs: open innovation, outside and inside the corporation (4/4)

4 types of innovation labs: following the description of the 1) Disruptive Labs, and 2) Rapid Innovation Labs, we move now to the 3) Open Innovation Labs, and 4) Innovation Culture and Intrapreneurship Labs.

Innovation Labs: rapid innovation (3/4)

4 types of innovation labs: following description of 1) Disruptive Labs, we cover here 2) Rapid Innovation Labs; next post will move to the 3) Open Innovation Labs, and 4) Innovation Culture and Intrapreneurship Labs.

Innovation Labs: disruption, and new business models (2/4)

4 types of innovation labs: following litterature review, we describe here the 1) Disruptive Labs. Next posts will cover 2) Rapid Innovation Labs, 3) Open Innovation Labs, and 4) Innovation Culture and Intrapreneurship Labs.

Innovation Labs: compose your recipe for success (1/4)

4 types of innovation labs are emerging: 1) Disruptive Labs 2) Rapid Innovation Labs 3) Open Innovation Labs, and 4) Innovation Culture and Intrapreneurship Labs. Before describing them in details, we complete in this post a short litterature review.

#welovestartups: Oracle startups program with Dominique van Deth

Currently looking after Oracle France corporate responsibility, Dominique van Deth always thought that companies could have a significant impact on Society. For 5 years, Dominique has been managing startups programs, and he launched in 2014 a structured program to engage volunteers in helping startup grow. I met him at Les Hacktivateurs afterwork, and he kindly accepted to tell us more about Oracle startups program.